Burlington, ON (JULY, 2022) — REV TV, YOUR MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION 24/7, is going across Canada with a free channel preview for the entire month of July.
Jam-packed with programming, REV TV offers more than 15 hours of LIVE races from around the world, as well as our weekly programs featuring motorsports highlights and a motoring lifestyle!
The REV TV free preview gets your summer off to a hot start with live races from IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, which is happening here in Canada at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, Indy Lights and WorldSBK (production-based superbikes), along with event highlights from major international racing series such as Monster Jam, Super Formula, World RX, World Rally Championship, World Endurance Championship and the brand-new series Extreme E — an FIA-sanctioned international off-road racing series that uses electric SUVs to race in remote parts of the world.
“REV TV is Canada’s home for motorsports and motoring lifestyle, and the best way to introduce our channel to new viewers is by letting them try it for F.R.E.E.,” said Mike Garrow CEO of REV TV. “Go to revtv.ca for TV provider and channel listings information, or contact your TV Provider directly; you will not want to miss this opportunity to find your new favourite adrenalin pumping 24/7 channel and we thank you for inviting us into your homes.”
Motorsports lives on REV TV, but we aren’t limited to racing, as each week we offer an incredible slate of shows from all things aftermarket on PASMAG’s Tuning 365 to DIY shows as on Motorhead Garage, as well as the rip-roaring world of drifting on PASMAG’s Overdrive to the glamorous world of F1 with the news coverage program The Inside Line.
If it’s got a motor, you’ll likely find it on REV TV.
The REV TV month-long Free Preview starts with a bang on the Sunday of the Canada Day long weekend with the future stars of IndyCar, followed by the Indy Lights Championship racing LIVE at the historic Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and the Le Mans Classic featuring the historic heroes of the Circuit La Sarthe’s past peeling back the years 200mph at time. The weekend concludes with North America’s premier sportscar championship, the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship tackling Canada’s legendary track, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. That’s just the first weekend of our Free Preview, and just a taste of what we offer year round!
Contact your TV provider or visit revtv.ca/watch/get-revtv-channel-numbers-providers to find where REV TV is on your dial!
About REV TVYOUR MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION is available to over 6 million households across Canada and features over 200 races from around the world and right here at home. From two-wheels to four and so much more. REV TV showcases all forms of high-octane racing, such as MotoGP, Monster Jam, AMA Supercross, World Rally Championship, IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Indy Lights, World Endurance Championship, World RX Championship, IndyCar Classics, SPEED SPORT TV, along with news coverage such as The Inside Line (F1), Winged Nation (winged sprint cars) and Tuning 365 Performance Auto & Sound Magazine. We also have a slate of original programming with REV Culture with Todd Lewis that features interviews with motorsports luminaries, All North Racing which focuses on grassroots racing, a slew of how-to and behind-the-scenes programs, and so much more. REV TV is your MOTORSPORTS & AUTOMOTIVE DESTINATION 24/7.
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City of Brandon – August 7th Media Release – City of Brandon –
For the last 24 hours:
Drinking in Public Leads to Multiple Criminal Charges:
At about 11:40 AM Saturday morning, it was reported that a male subject was acting bizarrely in and around the 700 block Rosser Ave. When located in the area, the 21 year-old was drinking an alcoholic beverage so was detained under the LGCCA. He was subsequently found to be in breach of multiple conditions of two separate Probation Orders. Search incident to arrest revealed a machete in his backpack. He disclosed taking an unknown quantity of unknown pills, so was released on appropriate police imposed conditions as he was receiving medical assessment and treatment. He is to appear in Court on October 3rd, facing one count of possessing a weapon and six counts of failing to comply with a Probation Order.
Break & Enters:
An unlocked attached residential garage on Falcon Crescent was entered overnight on Friday and tools were stolen. Some of those were recovered strewn across neighbouring property.
A resident in the 300 block 27th Street reported that the detached garage had been forcibly entered overnight Thursday – Friday. The complainant was unsure if anything had been stolen but the walk-through door frame had been damaged during the incident.
Theft With Threat:
At about 3:50 PM Saturday afternoon, it was reported that a resident in the 700 block 20th Street had been robbed of a bicycle approx. 20 minutes prior, while in his back yard. Police attended and spoke with the victim who related that an unknown male came into his back yard and stole an old bicycle of no value, and brandished a knife while doing so. The suspect left without further incident. The suspect was described as Indigenous in appearance, 6’5”, skinny, wearing a blue hoodie, black bandana and hat. The knife was pulled from the front right pants’ pocket.
A 28 year-old female was encountered in the 700 block 18th Street Saturday evening, with personal effects strewn about a business vestibule. A records query revealed a warrant for arrest for failing to comply with a Probation Order. She was arrested and released on scene with a court date of October 3rd.
Just before midnight Saturday night, Brandon RCMP advised having a 51 year-old male in custody on the strength of a BPS held warrant for arrest for sexual assault. RCMP had attended to a complaint in Glenboro and encountered the accused. He is held in custody and will appear before the court later today.
Motor Vehicle Collision With Injuries:
At 11:15 PM Saturday night, 911 reported a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Russell Street and Madison Crescent. Two occupants were stuck in a vehicle that had rolled over onto its’ side. The investigation revealed that the driver of the rolled vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign. That driver was transported to BRHC by EMS with non-life threatening injuries. The second driver was uninjured.
Several people were detained from separate incidents, for their own safety or to prevent a breach of the peace, due to their level of intoxication. They will be held in custody until sober enough to care for themselves.
RELEASE AUTHORIZED BY:
A/Staff Sergeant Dallas Lockhart, #101
Anyone with information on any unsolved crime is asked to call Brandon Crime Stoppers at 204-727-(TIPS) 8477, www.brandoncrimestoppers.com or by texting BCSTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637). Crime Stoppers pays up to $2000.00 cash for information that leads to the solution of a crime.
CRIME STOPPERS 204-727-TIPS
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