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Old 19 June 2008, 07:58   #11
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2008 RB Film

I have put up a 5 minute trailer to give everyone here an idea of the 2008 Round Britain Film


The quality of the upload is poor, but if anyone would like to purchase the nearly 2 hour DVD of the event please go <here>
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The quality of the upload is poor, but if anyone would like to purchase the nearly 2 hour DVD of the event please go <here>
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Old 08 October 2008, 18:57   #14
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Jon Fuller has put up a video diary from one of the guys doing the RB and it gives a real taste of what the event was like, plus you don't need to shell out the 18 or so pounds for the profesional DVD ( which I have by the way ).

You can find it here.

Little to no action from the boat I was in so praying that the official DVD has some footage of the FB40 doing it's stuff.

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Jon Fuller has put up a video diary from one of the guys doing the RB and it gives a real taste of what the event was like, plus you don't need to shell out the 18 or so pounds for the profesional DVD ( which I have by the way ).

You can find it here.

Little to no action from the boat I was in so praying that the official DVD has some footage of the FB40 doing it's stuff.

Cheers

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Whats the music backing "Davids Diary"?
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Moby, Extreme Ways, from the Bourne Ultimatum, good innit?
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Jon Fuller has put up a video diary from one of the guys doing the RB and it gives a real taste of what the event was like, plus you don't need to shell out the 18 or so pounds for the profesional DVD ( which I have by the way ).

You can find it here.

Little to no action from the boat I was in so praying that the official DVD has some footage of the FB40 doing it's stuff.

Cheers

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Just posted a "taster" for you.


http://roundbritainrace.co.uk/mw.avi
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Based on where "33" is I think that was just before Dover when we were doing 75 knots. They had to slow down in the rough stuff whereas we could carry on at that speed and they never managed to catch up

Thanks for putting that up.

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