Official Ulster Grand Prix 2011 Review DVD From Duke
By: londonbikers.com | Published 11 November 2011, 10:44 | Views: 1,603 | tags: mckinstry ulster grand prix 2011, dundrod ulster, northern ireland, review dvd release, duke video, ian lougher, guy martin, road racing, motorcycles, michael dunlop, cameron donald
The McKinstry Ulster Grand Prix 2011 produced red hot racing from start to finish, and now fans can relive all the vital highlights in the official review, new on DVD from Duke.
Combining stunning trackside, aerial and on-bike footage with expert commentary and interviews, the official review features the complete story of a stunning day at Dundrod, and plenty of history-making racing.
Damp conditions may have prevented the record-breaking laps expected from the World’s Fastest Road Race, but that didn’t make the racing any less exciting – and the official review features all six races from the Superbike, Supersport, Superstock, 250cc and SuperTwin classes.
Michael Dunlop arrived having never claimed an Ulster GP win, but left as man of the meeting and three race victories to his name, including a simply incredible battle with brother William to take the flag by just 0.34secs in the first Supersport run, a feat he would repeat in even more dominant style later on.
Guy Martin endured a frustrating opening to his Ulster GP, narrowly missing out in the Superstock and then losing out to Bruce Anstey in the controversial opening Superbike race. However, a stunning second Superbike ride ensured he ended his day on a high, to the disappointment of rival Keith Amor.
The result of the first Superbike race may have disappointed Martin, but it once again proved the Kiwi Anstey, who overcame dismal qualifying to take victory by almost 5 seconds, remains one of the fastest road racers in the business.
The combined 250cc/SuperTwin race also produced fireworks as veterans Ian Lougher and Ryan Farquhar forced their way to the front, hotly pursued by hard-chargers like Wayne Hamilton, Lee Vernon and Denver Robb.
The official DVD review is packed with all this action, plus Michael Dunlop’s guide to the Dundrod circuit.
It also includes complete on-board laps of the circuit with Cameron Donald and Ian Lougher as bonus features.
Official Ulster Grand Prix 2011 Review is released 5 December 2011 on DVD, priced at £19.99 and will be available from leading video outlets or direct from Duke Video: Tel 01624 640 000, fax 01624 640 001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit www.DukeVideo.com online.
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