Here's a list of great in-car shots from all the btcc vids, from 1991-2000. I've yet to get 2001, as I'm waiting for this Tuesday...
1st race sees several shots from Steve Soper's car, which are pretty exciting. John Cleland also has a spectacular shot when he goes through Copse on the second lap, chasing Soper. There's also some shots from Ray Bellm's car that I like. The next race at Snetterton has the infamous Netton Lindgren "Hell hath no fury like a woman rammed" from inside Jonathan Palmer's car. The Gp support round has some awesome shots from Rouse's car. Then, at Donington, there's some great shots from Rouse, Cleland, and Tim Harvey. Oulton Park has some famous clips of Steve Soper's fighting spirit, he never gives up there. Thruxton, before the last round at Silverstone, has some classic down-shifting sounds from the BMWs, just listen to it. The final round at Silverstone has some good ones, but they're mostly BMW shots, but there's a cool shot with Cleland going through Abbey corner, with the camera on the bootlid.
92- Oulton Park has some shots from the Toyotas that are good. Then, there's the replay of Cleland's tankslapper from the first lap, and that's great to listen to. It also has one with Cleland when he's talking to Murray Walker with the microphone in the car. Soper, too, has some shots that sound cool. The Brands Hatch Gp circuit round has some immaculate shots from the Toyotas, as well as some good ones from Soper's car. Donington, (the doubleheader round) is excellent, as it combines the in-car action with the corny music that is played in the backround. I like the music because it reminds me of my long-lost 1994 Formula 1 review video. Then, there isn't much that's exciting until Brands Hatch (the doubleheader round). A lot of BMW and Toyota shots. The penultimate round at Donington is great. A lot of good clips, some from Robb Gravett's Peugeot, as well as the BMWs. The final round of course, has the only sounds of cars that I've ever heard that make the hairs on my neck stand up!
93- There's a lot from that year, and all I can say it it's one of the best in variety and choice of in-car shots. All of the cars sounded great from that year. No other comments needed.
94- The first race has some good variety of shots. Snetterton, the next best in-car race, has a really good variety of shots. They're also really exciting. The GP support round also has a great battle beween Jo Winkelhock and Gabriele Tarquini, covered from inside the 2 cars. Knockhill, too, has some good ones. The last 2 venues of the season are pretty good, but to me, the sounds of the cars from those 2 venues sound sad and mournful (maybe because Paul Radisich's engine blew up in the Silverstone races!). The Donington Park races just sound sad to me. I don't know why.
95- Donington Park, the first 2 races, has some great shots from Radisich's car, and Johnny Cecotto's car. The next 2 races, at Brands in the rain, also see some good ones from Radisich's car, as well as Rickard Rydell's car. Silverstone has some great shots with the Vauxhalls as well as a mechanical failure in-car with Alain Menu, and some great shots from the Fords, with Paul Radisich starring. The Brands Hatch rounds 18+19 round have some awesome shots from Radisich's car. I talked vaugely about them earlier in the thread. The penultimate round at Oulton Park sees a really good shot from Alain Menu's car on the last lap, listening to that car makes all your dislikes about the guy fly out the window. Then, the final round, has some awesome shots from John Cleland's car. Most of them show him going through the 90 degree version of Copse corner, hitting the kerbs... Immaculate.
96- Of course there's the wonderful Audi's. Brands Hatch, rounds 3+4, have some great shots. So does the race at Silverstone, rounds 7+8. The Snetterton race is also unforgettable in terms of in-car action. Knockhill, too, sees some superlative shots (Okay, I'm using Murray Walker language now, but I'm running out of adjectives!). Thruxton, (I think it's the 3rd venue from the final race) has some awesome shots, from a lot of different cars.
97- The first venue, at Donington, has a great shot from Frank Biela's Audi, as well as a cool shot of Gabriele Tarquini. Rickard Rydell also stars at that race. Silverstone, the next round, has some good shots of the Peugeots, Renaults, and Vauxhalls. Rounds 9+10 at Oulton Park are immaculate, as they combine Renaults, Volvos, Vauxhalls, Fords, and Nissan shots. Croft has some awesome shots of James Thompson's Honda, as well as the Volvo of Rickard Rydell. Snetterton has some good ones too. Frank Biela, Jason Plato, Alain Menu, Robb Gravett, David Leslie, and Tim Harvey all star in that race in terms of in-car footage. There's really a lot of great shots from 97. Thruxton has an incredible shot of Jason Plato coming out of Church corner and hitting the rev-limiter half way down the straight! Silverstone, the final round, has some Vauxhall shots, and a famous Alain Menu manouver when he passes Jason Plato, and you watch it all from Anthony Reid's Nissan. The replays from Plato's car are great.
98- This year, also, has some great shots, but there's a couple that stand out. The first round at Thruxton is great. Donington at rounds 5+6 have a shot down the craner curves with Paul Radisich's Peugeot. Knockhill has some great Nissan shots, both from Anthony Reid and Matt Neal. The final round is immaculate.
99- The Nissans really stood out to me that year. At the first round, both Rickard Rydell and James Thompson have nearly an entire lap aboard their cars as Matt Neal chases them. Brands Hatch (I think its rounds 7+8) has some cool shots from Laurent Aiello's Nissan. Donington Park (the GP circuit round) has some great shots from the Nissans too. Snetterton is good too. Knockhill sees an entire lap from Laurant Aiello's Nissan before he hits Jason Plato off at Duffus.
2000- The second venue at Donington has some great shots from the Fords, as well as Gabriele Tarquini's Honda. The Class B shots from Thruxton, Knockhill, Croft, Brands Hatch, and Silverstone are all awesome. I hope I'm treated to something like that on this year's review video. Knockhill has some good Honda shots. Oulton Park was great race that year, and there's a bunch of shots from the Vauxhalls and the Hondas. Croft, too, has some good shots from Jason Plato's Vauxhall. The Brands Hatch round where Matt Neal wins the race is great too. The final round, at Silverstone, is great. Almost all the cars have a camera in them (the Class A cars).
Finally, I'm done... I'm sure I've left some out, so remind me of some if you remember them