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American challenger John "Hopper" Hopkins is also prominently featured on his #21 Rizia Suzuki, but DTK doesn't flinch from the harsher aspects of a motorsport where success is never guaranteed. Thanks to the film's all-angle coverage of on-track rivalries, it's clear that Edwards and Rossi were the race's undeniable highlight, battling ferociously in the final laps while Hayden was in the lead. With celebrities in the crowd (including cycle fans Brad Pitt and Adrien Brody) and racing enthusiast Ewan McGregor once again providing dramatic narration, Neale's film suffers from occasional lapses in hi-def image quality (owing in part to video-feed static and the unavoidably harsh contrasts of sunny weather), but interviews and voice-overs from the riders keep things interesting from start to finish, along with a throttle-roaring 5.1 Surround soundtrack (with pulsing techno music by TomandAndy) that's the next best thing to being there. The Ultimate Collector's Edition has 11 additional scenes on disc 1 (including longer interviews and highlights from the 2006 Red Bull U.S. GP), and disc 2 consists entirely of "Interactive Racing" clips, allowing viewers to watch three climactic segments of the 2005 race from multiple angles. Switching between several onboard cameras is the closest that most of us will ever get to the sheer thrill of MotoGP, and that makes DTK a must-have DVD for race fans around the world. --Jeff Shannon
Don't let the title fool you.
I ordered this DVD before it came out from the main site, and not that I regret doing so; it just wasn't as good as I was expecting it to be.
This video is a great story about an American making it in a foreigner dominated sport, and winning his first MotoGP race, on his home track.
And, it's pretty amazing that to this day he's still on the grid and racing- albeit on a 3rd rate bike. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Detrich
i'm kinda biased when it comes to any of this stuff i find them interesting. i think most rider oriented pple will alsoPublished on January 1, 2013 by john b
I love motorcycle racing and have attended the MotoGP at Laguna Seca several times. It's one fun, sensory-overloading blast as well as a total "scene" off of the track. Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by NoPushover
Very enjoyable, action packed. Follow-up to Faster movie. Great behind-the-scenes interviews, videos, and commentary. Get to know the riders you follow in the circuit. Read morePublished on December 27, 2011 by duck mom
Was a good documentary. Been watching Racing for almost 20 yrs. Love it like I did then. They dont spend as much time on the other riders as they do Rossi. Read morePublished on December 24, 2011 by Lakotah
Movies like this are easy to watch and then be critical of. But for a fan of the sport, and as an american, I found lots to like about this film of the Moto GP return to Laguna,... Read morePublished on August 28, 2009 by M. Rael
The Doctor(Rossi) The Tornado(edwards) & The Kentuck Kid(hayden) Not much Kawasaki(other haydens different series) coverage of course I know they are not popular as others. Read morePublished on March 14, 2009 by Jose Lopez