Moto GP Review 2003 covers all the highs and lows, speed and action from another blistering season of breathtaking racing for you to re-live, or to enjoy for the first time. Trackside and on-bike cameras capture the awe-inspiring skills of the riders as they push each other to the absolute limit, race after race. Last year everything Valentino Rossi touched turned to gold, this year it was never going to be that easy. Competition was fierce with Max Biaggi, Sete Gibernau and Loris Capirossi all determined to claim the title from the brilliant young Italian. Rossi got the better start with a win in Suzuka but Gibernau was quick to respond with a win in Round 2 at Welkom. Rounds 7 and 8 saw Rossi drop to 3rd position opening the doors for Biaggi, Capirossi and Gibernau to claw back some points from the fading Italian. With the press on his back, Rossi needed to display the magic that seemed so effortless in 2002, which he duly did. If it's action and speed you're looking for, then look no further, everything else is choking on the dust of this thrilling season review! 2003 provided a classic blend of speed, rivalry, wheel-to-wheel racing and an electrifying atmosphere, all captured right here, on film. Expert commentary by Julian Ryder and Toby Moody.