Settle in for more than seven-and-a-half hours of essential action from all 13 rounds and spectacular bonus features. There's comprehensive coverage of the entire season, from Sweden to Great Britain, with jaw-dropping footage, including plenty from inside the cars, interviews, technical features and informed commentary. The Official Review of the 2010 FIA World Rally Championship is the ultimate guide to an unforgettable season. Ford's Mikko Hirvonen took the opening win, but this year was, once again, all about Citroen superstar Sebastien Loeb. He took an astonishing eight victories as well as an unprecedented seventh World Championship, and, as ever, he did it in style, stunning fans worldwide with breathtaking car control and his phenomenal flair. Competition behind Loeb raged in the 'best of the rest' battle. Jari-Matti Latvala emerged as Ford's strongest contender, with two wins on his way to the runner-up spot. Citroen's Sebastien Ogier firmly established himself as a star of the future with two amazing victories, while former champion Petter Solberg produced stunning drives to ensure he was always in the mix. The 2010 WRC season said goodbye to the 2-litre cars as one of the biggest rule shake-ups for more than a decade paved the way for 1.6-litre turbo pocket rockets in 2011.