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Chevron Guide : 2008 Product Guide
MOTOR RACING ??NEW RELEASE • BIANTE TOURING CAR MASTERS 2007 Price: A$35 DVD Rating: G Duration: 70mins The power-slidin’ tyre-smokin’ Bianteboys are all in action on this fantastic DVD. 2007 saw signifi cant changes to the way these wild boys go racing. The traditional Ford V GMH muscle car rivalry remains unchanged in this pre 1973 racing series featuring Ford Mustangs and Falcon GTs battling it out with Chev Camaros and Holden Monaros, adding to the mix are Valiant Chargers, Holden Toranas and many more. So get ready for another feast of classic muscle car racing action on this action packed DVD. • CRASHES YOU WON’T BELIEVE Price: A$35 DVD Rating: E Duration: 50 mins approx. Shot in the realistic style of Wildest Police Videos, the program is a spectacular collection of crashes and rescue operations set against the glamour of the racing world. It is dramatic, realistic and most of all, true. Everything you see actually happened. • V8 SUPERCARS GREATEST HITS – VOLUME ONE Price: A$35 DVD Rating: G Duration: 70mins It’s metal-crunching madness from the Holden and Fords of the V8 Supercar Shell Series. Greg Rust presents all the panel-bashing, wall-walloping thrills, and lots of spills, from race tracks around the nation. • V8 SUPERCARS GREATEST HITS – VOLUME TWO Price: A$35 DVD Rating: G Duration: 60mins You thought Volume 1 was spectacular ….The long awaited V8 Supercars Greatest Hits Volume 2 features some of the biggest, hardest and most expensive crashes in the history of the sport. Once again it is panel-punching pandemonium from the stars and cars in the greatest touring car show on earth - and best of all, no one gets hurt! The DVD is presented in 4:3 standard format or 16:9 widescreen. 07