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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Duke
  • VHS Release Date: 11 Dec. 1995
  • Run Time: 170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CRI7
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,131 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The full 1995 FIA Formula 1 Championship is followed through from Damon Hill's promising start to Schumacher's eventual dominance to gain his second successive Championship. Each round is featured, looking at the most spectacular action, and has on-board footage as well as track-side.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "r55s102" on 12 Nov. 2003
This review begins with an in-depth look at the drivers and teams that competed in the 1995 season and ends after giving 17 excellent race reports. The two narrators for this video are the same as the ones who narrated the 94 review, and I would say that they were the best , much better than the narrator for the late '90s reviews.
The only problems I have with this video are the fact that there are no qualifying reports. Also, the only interviews after the race are from Hill and Schumacher, and not from other drivers such as Alesi, Herbert and Coulthard.
Overall though, I would rate this video as the best of the 90's and is much better than the 1994 and 1996 reviews.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith VINE VOICE on 29 Jan. 2004
The 1995 FIA review is a very well put together video. Comprising of a lovely 3 hours worth of material, each race is covered in sufficient detail with most of the big events all being covered. Inbetween each race is a nice little snippet of Schumacher Vs. Hill, and there are a few little documentary's on Herbert, Alesi, Inoue (helerious may I add) and Katayama.
It's good to see most of the feild gets a small piece of the video, although instead of showing battles down the order, the video over does the pitstops. While pitstops for fuel was still a relatively new thing in F1 then, I'd have rather seen on track action than cars getting their wheels changed every 30 seconds!
Apart from that little annoyance, this is a high quality video
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 13 Jan. 2006
I've been impressed with this video. It has it all although it would be better with the qualifying but it has the TV banners and after the races you have a few exclusive interviews with Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill and you even catch up with the latest 1995 news after the races although straight after the Argentinian GP there is the sad news about Fangio's death. But it even has the news about when drivers were replaced. A few drivers missed a bit of this exciting season but it was great that there are a few special documentaries. That starts when Jean Alesi took his first and only race win and you can see his career up until 1995 and you can see the same with Johnny Herbert at the British grand prix and David Coulthard at the Portugese grand prix. a race marred by a start line accident when Ukyo Katayama crashed his Tyrrell into a barrier and the Tyrrell was twisting and barrel-rolling before landing upside down on top of a Forti. The driver was badly shaken although unhurt and missed the European Grand Prix before coming back for the race after that. He was lucky to escape that crash unhurt. despite being shaken. But it was Michael Schumacher's turn to win the title again. The driver did get a few chances before his great win in 1994 and a great 1995 win. A must buy for any F1 fan.
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This video is without doubt my joint personal favourite of the 1981-2002 VHS reviews along with 1989, 1990 and 2002. It is a huge improvement on the poorly-edited 1994 video which preceded it, and much longer and more in-depth than the following 1996 and 1997 videos.

The key to this success is not only the generous three-hour running time, but also the balance and editing of the content. Having watched some full-race coverage on YouTube recently, I can say that the condensed race reports are as fully comprehensive as one could hope, easy to follow (a must when many races were decided by pit-stop strategy), well-narrated by Steve Rider (who fronted BBC Grandstand's coverage of F1 at the time) and another man who I can't identify, and make good use of camera angles that were not used during live broadcasts of the race. Full race results (the standard FOM results graphic) are also given at the end of each race.

In addition to the race action, there is an in-depth preview to the season, including car launches, interviews with some of the drivers, rule changes and all of the major news stories. In between race reports, there is an ongoing "Schumacher vs. Hill" feature, reflecting upon the battle between the championship protagonists, and several additional video montages which add to the general atmosphere of the video: examples include "overtaking", "wet...", commemorations of Jean Alesi and Johnny Herbert's first F1 victories, and, more bizarrely, a tribute to Taki Inoue!

I have a couple of gripes with the video, but these are only minor. First, footage from practice and qualifying is negligible. Even though these sessions are not worth any points, some coverage would have been interesting.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By stuyts koenraad on 29 Jun. 2003
The 1995 season video isn't a bad video at all. But still I rate it as a 3 star because it is always the same story: schumacher,schumacher and schumacher. That's why I believe for example that the 1994 season video is a much more exceiting (still sad) video. There are almost no reports from qualifing.
The race reports are well. But I must say the video is not really a top-one, I think that the fans of schumacher would love this video but I am obviously not.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Jan. 2002
Brilliant coverage of the '95 season. Lots of infomation about drivers when they win there first race. It covers each aspects of racing as it goes through the video, like wet weather and overtaking. But with naff music in the background.But overall it's great.
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