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With one meeting left, an almost unbelievable five drivers could take the crown. The finale at Silverstone would be a thrilling showdown as Jason Plato, Matt Neal, Gordon Shedden, Mat Jackson and James Nash battled for title honours, and a fitting end to what has been a brilliant season. The first 27 races saw eight different winners, and victories for Honda, Chevrolet, Vauxhall, Ford and SEAT no one can accuse the BTCC of not being competitive! The two-disc Official BTCC Review brings you comprehensive coverage of the entire season, with the very best action from all 30 races. There s all the vital passes, and crashes, loads of in-car footage, interviews and all the headline-making moments which have made 2011 such an incredible season including the bitter rivalry between Plato and Neal, and, of course, Plato s Chevrolet-destroying crash at Donington! Get set for epic, bumper-to-bumper, panel-denting racing from the world s best tin top series.
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The review, however, is let down by a total lack of post-race interviews (a problem which last occurred in the 2005 DVD). There are some interviews, fair enough, but these are all taken from before the start of the race meeting and from the same narrow selection of drivers (Jason Plato, Andrew Jordan, Matt Neal, Shedden, Tom Chilton and Mat Jackson). Many of the drivers' comments thus feel superfluous (think along the lines of "I want to do a good job this weekend for myself and for the team"), and lack the focus and immediacy of post-race interviews. For instance, we have no reaction from (SPOILERS) Neal after he took team-mate Shedden out at the final corner of Oulton Park, nor from Plato after he was punted off by Tom Boardman at Knockhill. Even when Neal wins the title in the final race of the championship, all we are treated to from his victory celebrations are a couple of lines when he is replying to Edwards's congratulations through a radio link in the car. This lack of post-race footage thus knocks this review down to four stars.Read more ›
Firstly, there's the absolute lack of qualifying round-ups, I was very much looking forward to seeing the Neal/Plato fisticuffs at Rockingham (didn't even get mentioned) and it would help setup the story of each weekend.
Next is the rarity of in-race replays, particularly for big incidents like Tom Boardman's aborted last-lap charge at Oulton and some other exciting moments that led to me having to reach for the remote control instead. Even the infamous Neal/Shedden collision doesn't warrant a single replay. It was also criminal not to include Shedden's moment of genius at Snetterton, surely a highlight of the season and would only have required 20 seconds.
Finally, there's the complete absence of post-race reaction or interviews, I thought Plato's epic whinge after winning at Oulton Park summed up the Turbo/NA battle that was a key point of the year, but the whole parity issue was only briefly touched upon. Also if anything happened on the last lap (i.e. Oulton Park!) then forget it, on to the next race.
Still, a great amount of racing action and a good review of a classic year. Just could have been so much better if they'd included a bit of pre/post race.
Thank you again for excellent service.
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