Relive the vital highlights of the history-making 2012 Le Mans 24 Hours with the electrifying action of the official review. Duke s in-house edit team has sorted through 27 hours of High Definition footage to bring you the most comprehensive look back at this epic showdown possible. The Blu-ray, with unrivalled picture and sound quality - as well as the DVD review included at no extra cost - features vital highlights from all four classes, as well as the colour and atmosphere which make the annual race such a unique event. Once again, the skilfully edited review brings you all the headline-making action, and reaction, from the 80th running of the legendary 24-hour race, combining the commentary from TV coverage and the Radio Le Mans team to ensure the full atmosphere of motorsport s greatest event is transported straight into your home. The initial battle between the Audi R18s and Toyota s TS030s was edge-of-the-seat viewing, but even after the Japanese charge faltered, the race remained an intense battle as the trio of leading Audi s traded blows almost to the very final hour of the 378-lap race. The chequered flag marked a series of history-making moments for Le Mans perhaps the most notable being the first ever victory for hybrid technology as the electric quattros crossed the finish line. The official review will also include highlights of the LPM2 battle, featuring the endurance racing return of Martin Brundle, as well as the professional and amateur categories in the GTE class, as Ferraris, Aston Martins, Corvettes and more go head-to-head. Plus, of course, there is the debut of the stunning DeltaWing.
Le Mans 2012 Review (Blu-Ray+DVD)