DVD ReviewFriday, May 5, 2006 | 11:44 AM
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If you’re a hard-core fan, you’ve probably already seen the first release of The Constant War, and you know that director Troy Adamitis can chronicle the outdoor series like no other. Now, thanks to the Special Edition version, there’s a lot more footage of last year’s series available. Once again, Adamitis takes you trackside for an up-close look at some of the season’s hottest racing action, as well as into the trucks and inside the lives of many of the players on the AMA circuit.
Take the famous last-corner crash at Hangtown between Grant Langston
and Mike Alessi, for example. This DVD includes different footage of
the incident from various cameras, including an almost painful-to-watch
extended look at Mike’s attempts to get his bike across the finish
That crash is one of the high-profile highlights of this DVD, but in my opinion, the rider and industry-player profiles are at least as interesting. The story lines that are created with the likes of Davi Millsaps, James Stewart, David Vuillemin, Mike Gosellaar, Ryan Mills, David Bailey, and more, really make you feel like you know these guys a little better than you previously did.
Considering this insider’s look accompanies some of the best
motocross footage ever created, not to mention a very tasteful
soundtrack that just kind of ices the whole cake, and you’ve got yet
another must-have DVD for the moto collection. Seriously, this is one
you’ll probably watch over and over. You can order it for $24.95 now at
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