This video takes us through the lens of the world's top Rallying Cameraman, Alistair Miller, to record the career of Colin McRae right from the start in 1986 till his World Championship win in 1995. Never before seen footage from the archives of AMTV, Colin in fantastic action and exciting in-car with Derek Ringer on the Pace-Notes, coupled with interviews from the top team managers and drivers giving an insight to the psyche of the fearless Colin McRae. 72 minutes of spectacular action in full stereo. Once you turn it on you won't want to switch it off!
Running time 72 minutes.
Probably the most spectacular video of any championship in the world as top drivers crash out off the series in dramatic style. This is an extended version of the BBC Scotland programme and at 47 minutes you won’t be able to leave your seat.
A walkover for Barry Johnson in his ex Petter Sohlberg championship winning Subaru he took victory in the first six rounds hammering the Scots on their home ground.
Lots of in-car action and plenty of entertaining offs.
A two headed battle between Raymond Munro and Barry Johnson in their Subaru’s, while Munro took the early half of the season Johnson took the second half making it even points but Munro was handed the trophy with the earlier points lead.
Over an hour of the highlights of the year well worth the £17.99
Marcus Dodd took the honours, a local win. The Astra Rally and Andy Burton led the way in Wales. The Manx Rally and David Mann took the leading points. Wales again for The Mutiny Rally and Roger Duckworth showed that when he goes he really does. Staying in Wales for The Swansea Bay Rally and a well deserved maximum points for Duckworth in his Subaru. The penultimate round, The Park Systems Rally in South Scotland and again Duckworth triumphed with a fine win. Reigning Champion Mark Perrott made a late return to win in Mid-Wales, on the Bulldog Rally. David Mann took the championship by just 8 points.
Running time -- minutes.
The Sunseeker Rally and Irishman, Kenny McKinstry made his mark. The Astra Rally and Steve Petch took the highest score. The Roush Manx Rally and Roger Duckworth took the leading points. Back to Wales for The Mutiny Rally and Andrew Burton showed that when he goes he really does. Staying in Wales for The Swansea Bay Rally and a well deserved maximum points for David Mann in his Subaru. The penultimate round, The Park Systems Rally in South Scotland and Mark Perrott took the Championship lead with a fine win. Another winner on the final round, The Bulldog Rally in Mid-Wales, Julian Reynolds. Mark Perrott took the championship title by just 4 points.
Running time 122 minutes.
Captured in this video, over 1 hour of the very best action portraying the battling Subaru's of Kenny McKinstry and Raymond Munro followed by the thrills and never ending spills of the 90-car field. A day to remember when rallyeing came to Knockhill and not only the circuit but also the perimeter roads were used to create a spectacle unsurpassed in British rallyeing. Free with this, a 45 minute video of the in-car action of the leaders, making almost 2 hours of fast action.
Total running time 115 minutes.
Free with this a 45 minute video of the in-car action of the leaders, making almost 2 hours of fast action
A mammoth 3 hours featuring all eight rounds of the 2000 Scottish Rally Championship. The battle between Andrew Wood, Brian Lyall and Irishman Trevor Moore went to the final round in October. This video gives a clear and concise report of every round and includes coverage not seen before. Featuring all the classes the trials and tribulations of the competitors while they fought their season through the Snowman, Borders, Argyle, Scottish, Jim Clark, McRae, Speyside and Park Rallies.
Running time 180 minutes.
Alan Douglas reports on the seven round UK National Rally Championship. A full seasons battle between Englishman Marcus Dodd and Irishman Kenny McKinstry. The seven rallies took us from Bournemouth in the south of England, to Aberdeen in the north of Scotland and across the water to the fast lanes of The Isle of Man. The two contenders didn't have it all their own way though, Roger Duckworth and Gary Smith made sure of that. Over two hours of fast and dramatic competition which saw the title go to Kenny McKinstry.
Running time 131 minutes.
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A tremendous mix of conditions sees Craig Middleton fighting for the title but Marcus Dodd, Steve Perez, and Roger Duckworth kept him on his toes. Exclusive material not shown before on TV makes this a must see DVD.
The 2005 MSA Gravel Rally Championship is captured here in this 70 minute DVD with commentary from Andrew Marriott and fast action camera work from Britains' most experienced TV rally cameraman Alistair Miller.
The story of the championship is condensed into 70 minutes of fast action with Vodka Kick millionaire Steve Perez fighting all the way to take victory in the championship. Group N and Rory Galligan showed a clean set of wheels to the opposition.
Nobody knows these classic Welsh forest stages better than local man Geoff Jones. Travel in car with the professional in-car camera of AMTV with stereo sound as you are taken on the ride of your life with the rally winner.
Scotland once again hosted the Inter Nation Karting Challenge in Golspie and the old rivalry between the Celtic Nations against the dominant English was obvious, but they failed this time and Scotland won the day on home ground. A massive double DVD and at only £25 a bargain.
Highlights of the Peugeot 206 Super Cup 2004 in this 1hour 35 minute DVD when Stuart Jones beats his rivals in a very close fought battle to the wire.
Lots of fast action with Andrew Marriott on the commentary.ANCRO 2004
The 2003 Scottish Rally Championship saw Raymond Munro in his Subaru WRC battle it out against some tough opposition, but with five wins out of five Rallies he was unstoppable and with a good result on the McRae Rally in July he took the title.Willie Bonniwell who also took the honours in Group N, came runner-up in his Subaru.
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The 2002 Scottish Rally Championship saw a different driver win each of the eight rounds. A battle between Gary Adam and Barry Johnson soon developed, Gary winning the Argyll Rally and Barry winning the Scottish. Other winners were Callum Guy, Brian Lyle, Jon Burn, and Barry Groundwater who also took the honours in Group N. This video captures the thrills and spills with some spectacular driving including an appearance from Colin McRae on his own event. Within is edited highlights from the very popular Rally Fever programme on SKY Sports with informative commentary by Andrew Marriott.
Running time 115 minutes.
A compilation of all eight rounds in this 2 hour 37 minute video. The Super 106 cup attracted the hottest young talent from the British Isles and Ireland. Definitely the most spectacular one-make championship to be seen. Lots of fast in-car action and comprehensive driver interviews. A credit to the organisers in the sense that their were five different winners in the first five rounds, but Martin Sansom won the day and the winners laurels on the final round in Yorkshire.
Running time 157 minutes.
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The action began in Inverness with a win for Brian Lyall. Jedburgh was the venue for the second round, favourite Andy Horne crashed out, but Burns main opposition came from Dom Buckley in his Porsche 911. Round 3 in Aberdeen for the Granite City Rally and Jon Burn reinforced his lead. The fourth round, the Weldex in Argyll and a surprise visit by Murray Grierson relegated Burn to second place. The fifth round, the Scottish Rally based in Dumfries and another visitor, this time Neale Dougan pipped Burn to the post. North to Elgin for round eight and victory for John McKeown in his Sierra 4x 4. But Jon Burn had amassed enough points to call the championship his.
Running time 128 minutes.
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