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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Ewan McGregor, Valentino Rossi, Max Biaggi, Garry McCoy, Steve Bennet
  • Réalisateurs : Mark Neale
  • Scénaristes : Mark Neale
  • Producteurs : Mark Neale, A.W. Gryphon, Chris Paine, Doug Blake, Ian MacLean
  • Format : Dolby, Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol, Français
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.66:1
  • Nombre de disques : 2
  • Studio : Slamdance on the Road
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 30 novembre 2004
  • Durée : 103 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
  • ASIN: B0003JAO5Y
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 110.923 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Un viaggio unico nel mondo del MotoGP tra incredibili riprese on-board delle gare e inediti dietro le quinte. Grazie alle interviste esclusive ai grandi campioni, ai team manager e ai personaggi storici dell'ambiente, il documentario ci svela tutti i segreti di un mondo dove il coraggio, il rischio e la temerarietà vincono sulla paura! --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Fred F. le 11 janvier 2012
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
De loin le meilleur DVD sur le moto GP que j'ai vu.
Sous-titres en français, images saisissantes. On en prend plein les yeux et les oreilles.
Cerise sur le gâteau, le DVD bonus est du même niveau.
A acheter, voir, revoir et re-revoir =)
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Rom1 le 14 octobre 2012
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
super DVD,on apprends plein de chose,magnifiques images,un documentaire bien complet sur le GP en general
Sous titré en francais pour ne rien louper.
A conseiller pour les fan de Moto GP
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par bruno le 10 avril 2014
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
super dvd. des images excellentes. desinterviews sympa. un peu pro rossi mais ce n'est pas genant.
seul bemole : tout en anglais ! unetrduction aurait ete vraiment mieux.
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42 internautes sur 43 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The Battle for Speed 19 décembre 2004
Par C. Thwaites - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This movie is to the MotoGP world what "On Any Sunday" was to the weekend rider. It captures the extraordinary golden age we are witnessing in top-level motorcycle racing. The movie starts with the last season of the monster, high-siding 2-stoke beasts through the raw power of the new 4-stoke era. The top riders, Biaggi, Gibernau, Edwards, Hodgson, Capirossi and of course, the incomparable Valentino Rossi are all profiled along with their bikes: RCV211, the M-1 and the Desmosedici. The movie rounds out the cast with insightful perspective from Michael Scott, Wayne Rainey (you would be hard pressed for a more admirable profile in courage of this man, crippled by a deceptively graceful low side crash), Kevin Schwantz and Barry Sheene.

If all this sounds too technical, the human story comes through extraordinarily well. The racing is incredibly close, with riders often passing each other three times in the same corner. And there is a supporting cast of characters the like of which you could not invent: the lady mechanic who has to piece together the crash-prone Haga's bikes, the Rosencrantz/Gilderstein banter of the Red Bull pit crew, the cod philosophy of the famous Dr Costa who pieces these warriors back together and the underplayed melancholy of the unfortunate Kato's fatal crash.

For any 2 wheeled fan or rider this DVD stands next to your "On Any Sunday". Like its famous predecessor, the narration is calm and pointed (thank you Obi Wan) and the film makers keep a low profile, letting the players speak for themselves. For anyone interested in an adrenalin paced, gladiatorial sport this is a great insight into one of the toughest around. And remember, MotoGP comes to the USA in 2005 for the first time in 10 years and most of the cast will be there. Buy it.
18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2005 is going to be terrific! 21 janvier 2005
Par S. Kim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
They're nothing else like it on earth! If you're interested in MotoGP, the most elite road racing series in the world, this dvd is the bible. Beautifully narrated by Ewing McGregor, the rest of the world's 2nd most loved sport, behind futbol ofcourse, we are guided through the nitty gritty world of factory backed MotoGP.

In the world of MotoGP, 2004 was one of the most historically profound seasons ever. Most of you will already know because Valentino Rossi moved from the tried and true Honda to the inferior Yamaha, just to prove a point. That it's 80% rider and 20% bike. When Vale took home the 2nd MotoGP championship in '03 on a Honda, Honda started getting big headed. Implying that with their machine, good racers will become great racers. Vale could only take so much. He decided to move to the big underdog known as Yamaha for '04. During his previous battles on the Honda, great riders such as Max Biaggi would whine about how if he only had a Honda to ride, he could win. Vale went to Yamaha with his chief mechanic Jeremy Burguess to ride in the greatest epic journey in history.

And against all odds, against everybodies doubts, and against great advisaries, Valentino Rossi took his 3rd MotoGP championship in a row. On a different bike. On a bike that even he thought at the beginning of the season, wouldn't even be competitive for two years. We are living in an era that'll forever be written in MotoGP history.

For 2005, MotoGP will come to U.S. soil. July 10th, the madness will reign here at Laguna Seca. Yamaha has donated more than $2-million to rennovate the track for MotoGP standards. Tickets are almost sold out.

And that brings me back to Faster. With the purchase of Faster, you'll receive Faster and Faster. Faster (part 1) starts with MotoGP still racing 500cc two-strokes from 2001-2002. Faster and Faster (part 2) will start with the end of the two-stroke era and leads into a grid full of the much faster four-strokes.

The Faster collection is an essential prequel to the much anticipated 2005 season. The dvd is a must own in any motorcycle enthusiast's archive.

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The best guide to the world of MotoGP 29 avril 2005
Par DG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If you're unfamiliar with MotoGP and are wondering whether this is something you might be interested in, this video will either make you a fan or have you move on. If you ever watch an F1 race and wonder what it would be like if there was no pitting and a lot more passing, you've been denying yourself the pleasure of MotoGP for too long. If you ever wonder why "sport" is in the word "motorsport", this will convince you.

This video doesn't hang together well enough to be called a film. It's almost like the ultimate coffee table book: full of intense images and concise information in short articles. An attempt is made to follow the careers of two riders (McCoy and Hopkins) but the threads are too episodic to sustain much drama or narrative. Instead the value comes from interviews and highlights on topics like the origin of rear-wheel steering, great rivalries (Rainey-Schwantz, Rossi-Biaggi), great comebacks (Doohan), the advent of 4-strokes, testing and setup, etc.

If you've already seen the movie at theaters but aren't sure if you want to buy the 2-disc DVD, don't hesitate. The additional material and improved sound quality are definitely worth it.

If you've been watching MotoGP races on SpeedTV, watching this video will give you a much, much better understanding of the racing you're seeing now. A must-buy.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great, great great! 15 janvier 2006
Par Brian Glass - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie was just an awesome film. I don't think you have to be a motorcycle fan to appreciate it. It's a dramatic sports film in general. It does help if you ride though. You can fully appreciate Gary McCoy's riding style. It amazed me when I saw how he will keep the tires spinning in the turns, loose on the asphalt. I couldn't begin to imagine doing something like that. It's that kind of thing that will keep you in awe of the riders. To think of how many truly great riders there are in the Superbike series and here in the states in AMA but the Moto GP riders are the absolute best. And then there is the Doctor, Valentino Rossi. Five time champion and apparently all around great guy. If you watch the extras disc there's a funny scene where Valentino is driving a car while being interviewed. He's trying to make his way onto the track from the mobile home parking area and can't find his way. The world champ is stopping to ask another team's crew for directions to the track.

These guys are top competitors and this makes for a lot of human drama. I love the rivalry between Rossi and Biaggi. The film does a good job of building it up and accentuating the drama. I especially liked the unseen fight between the (seemingly) eternally happy Rossi and the playboy Biaggi. It segues nicely into the Kevin Schwantz/Wayne Rainey rivalry.

I loved seeing all of these legends without their helmets on and being interviewed on camera. It's a little difficult here in the states to catch any motorcycle action on t.v. so it's a real treat to see Kevin Schwantz, Wayne Rainey, Nicky Hayden, the late Barry Sheene and the rest somewhere other than a magazine article.

This was an exciting hold-your-breath film with just one minor problem, not enough race footage. That is my only complaint. If you like racing and watching someone who is skilled doing what they do best you will love this film.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The finest motorcycle documentary in 30 years 12 décembre 2004
Par John Doh! - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I purchased the pre-release version, which only contains the first documentary, so I can't address the second season. I really enjoyed this film, and when a fellow rider and I viewed it with his non-riding wife, she liked it as well.

This film portrays riding at the higest levels in a quite balanced way. While the dangers are certainly not ignored, and in fact addressed regularly throughout, neither does it become a documentary about extremely painful injuries. The danger serves to underline how special the men who ride MotoGP (the current Superstar series) really are. To race again after some of the injuries these men have suffered is nothing less than heroic.

The video quality is good, and serves to capture the beauty of a motorcycle race - like a brutal ballet. Oh, the things these men can do with a motorcycle! This film is really one form of art capturing the essence of another. Ewan Mcgreggor's voice over is very good, well written and delivered, as one would expect. For some reason, it would sound odd to to me for an American accent narrating MotoGP.

I agree with an earlier reviewer that it was a little unkind to Max Biaggi, with a lot of emphasis placed on the Rossi/Biaggi rivalry. Biaggi is very good, but NOBODY is as good as Rossi, so anyone suffers by comparison. I also thought the focus on Gary McCoy was a little less interesting than the rest of the film, but of course, the filmakers had no idea of how the season would turn out when they shot the footage, and showing the flip side of Rossi's mastery only serves to highlight his brilliance. My only other criticism was that interviews were generally done in cars. It may be difficult to get time with these riders, but inside a vehicle is not the perfect place for an interview. A minor complaint, particularly considering the pleasure of hearing Barry Sheene, Kevin Schwantz, Wayne Raney, Kenny Roberts and other truly great riders discuss what many consider the ultimate sport, and critique todays great riders.

After writing this review, I decided to change my rating from 4 stars to 5. The film may have some minor flaws, but it is the best motorcycle film in my lifetime, and one of the greatest ever.
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