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2014 Canadian Rally Championship Gets "Launch Control" Treatment

On the same day that Ken Block announced he would not be challenging for the Rally America Championship title in 2014, we also made an announcement relevant to rally fans:

Driving Sports TV to distribute official series coverage of the 2014 Canadian Rally Championship across its advanced digital network, providing free and instant access to episodes anywhere, anytime, on hundreds of digital devices, worldwide.

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SEATTLE, WA, January 10, 2014 (PRWEB) Driving Sports TV, the next-generation automotive video network that provides free, cutting-edge automotive entertainment across hundreds of internet-enabled devices, announced a new agreement to distribute the 2014 Canadian Rally Championship across its digital distribution video network, worldwide.

Considered one of the most challenging and extreme forms of motorsport, stage rally features high speed racing of production-based cars on closed public roads. As the premiere rally series in Canada, the Canadian Rally Championship attracts top North American talent to compete on unique and challenging forest roads in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.

As part of the agreement, Driving Sports TV will distribute official video coverage from all six Championship races. Produced by Formula Photographic, the upcoming series will focus on racing action, as well as the many exciting personalities that power the sport.

"Driving Sports TV was our first choice to distribute this new show," said series producer Warwick Patterson. "Their ability to engage a large, worldwide audience across a variety of platforms made it the smart choice for digital distribution of the series."

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Ryan Douthit, founder of Driving Sports TV, was impressed by Formula Photographic's work on last year's "Launch Control" series and welcomed this new show to the network. "Warwick and his team at Formula Photographic are breaking new ground in motorsport coverage. I know our viewers will be eager to experience every episode of the 2014 Canadian Rally Championship on Driving Sports TV."

Official dates and times for each shows' broadcast will be announced Spring, 2014. For more information, visit http://www.drivingsports.com

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Photo: Mat Janiak/CRC

Caption: Subaru Rally Team Canada driver Patrick Richard and co-driver Rob Fagg at Rallye Défi, 2013.

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Driving Sports TV (a division of MediaSpigot LLC) produces and distributes live and pre-recorded entertainment for international broadcast and internet-connected automotive enthusiasts. Driving Sports TV viewer apps are available free on Android, iOS, Kindle, Roku, Sony Bravia, HiSense and many other digital platforms.

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