The Official Review of the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship -
Not In A Hurry ...
No one could have predicted the outcome of the 2009 FIA World Championship
The biggest shake up of the regulations in recent times saw former Champions
struggle and less familiar faces leading the pack. Witness the charging Red Bull
lock horns with the mighty Brawn GP and watch as the title nearly slips though
Jenson’s fingers. When his critics thought he had lost his nerve, he produced
the drive of his life to prove himself a worthy champion.
After the drama of Brazil, watch the sun set on the 2009 season in the first
ever twilight race at the awe-inspiring Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. Formula
One is the ultimate thrill for the viewer, now you can fully immerse yourself in
the complete audio extravaganza. For the first time you can select a
commentary-free option and experience the breathtaking energy of the sport in
5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound, the neighbours had better watch out!
The Official 2009 Formula One Season Review brings you more content than ever
before: 270 minutes of thrilling action, spread over two discs. Five extra
features take you behind the scenes and 17 On Board Camera laps of the best
racing footage take you to the heart of the most exhilarating sport.
Not in a hurry…but Jenson just could not wait until Abu Dhabi to win the 2009
FIA Formula One World Championship!
The Official Review of the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship - Once Again
In 55 years, only seven men have won back to back World Championships. 2006 changed all that. Fernando Alonso became the eighth
member of the elite group and the youngest. The season kicked off with new drivers, new teams and a brand new knockout format for
qualifying. RENAULT picked up where they left off with six wins out of eight. By Canada, they looked to have it in the bag, but the
might of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari should never be discounted.
USA was the turning point, with everything falling in FERRARI’S favour. After China, the frontrunners were equal on points, but
Michael had the advantage with one more win under his belt. The battle for both titles would be won and lost in the last two races.
The Official Review of the 2005 FIA Formula One World Championship -
With Spaniard Fernando Alonso crowned as his nation's first Formula 1 title holder in Brazil, the fight was now on to win the constructors' championship. It was going to be tough for his team Renault to regain the lead after McLaren moved in front by two points
with its 1-2 finish at Interlagos. McLaren's MP4-20 was clearly the class of the field, but was Alonso’s R25 strong enough to take on Kimi Raikkonen and Juan Pablo Montoya? Let the battle commence! This official review features the best coverage from every round, including practice &
qualifying sessions, plus mind-blowing on-board laps.
Hours of fun for F1 addicts, this official Formula One 2000 World Championship Review
has neat interactive menu options that let the viewer switch back and forth between a number of perspectives during each race. First select the race you want to see, then choose either the "Continuous Version" or the "Interactive Version". Continuous play runs potted highlights (five
minutes or so) of each race, but the "Interactive Version" is the really interesting bit: this lets you select the view from the on-board cameras or the trackside cameras, watch the reactions in the pit lane, or even see continually updated race data statistics.
the USA and Canada (Region 1) (released
September 25, 2001)