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Lernerville.TV will live-stream Fab4 into your living room or device!

Sarver, PA (June 18, 2020) Lernerville Speedway and the Tomson Family are thrilled to announce an agreement with SPEED SPORT TV and Riivet Inc. to live-stream our weekly Fab4 Racing program on Lernerville.TV and other platforms soon to follow.  LernervilleTV will have its own channel on both the Roku and Fire platforms as well apps that will be released on the Apple and Android stores, all so fans from all over the world can stream Fab4 Racing Revved Up with Marburger from the comfort of their living rooms or right in the palm of their hand!

After a free trial run on our Facebook page during last Friday’s Test & Tune practice session, Lernerville.TV will broadcast Live from Lernerville! starting this Friday, June 19 for Fab4’s Opening Night 2020 and continuing every Fast Friday of Fab4 Racing through mid-October.  Due to contractual obligations with national sanctioning bodies, the Firecracker 100, Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup, and Commonwealth Clash will not be included on Lernerville.TV, but every other event leading into Fab4 Championship Night on Friday, October will stream live to fans all over the world.

Riivet Inc. President and CEO Chris Graner expressed his excitement for the deal, “Partnering with Lernerville Speedway is a tremendous opportunity for SPEED SPORT TV and Riivet Inc. Lernerville is nationally renowned for their weekly racing program featuring 410 Sprints, Super Late Models, and Big Block Modifieds and we’re thrilled to be helping The Action Track launch their own live-streaming platform to showcase it!”

Lernerville Track Announcer Eric Westendorf spearheaded the Lernerville.TV project after General Manager Tim Tomson had initial conversations with Mr. Graner during the off-season.  Of the project, Westendorf commented, “I can’t express enough how excited I am to bring this project to life for our fans all over the country and even to fans in places like Australia which is a hot bed for dirt track racing.  We considered other options, but in the end, Chris and the folks from SPEED SPORT TV and Riivet offered the most compelling platform. And because of our proximity to Pittrsburgh, we have some great young talent from the NEP Group which broadcasts Sunday and Monday Night Football, WWE Monday Night RAW, PGA Events and the Golf Channel, involved in the project. This platform allows us to not only provide our marketing partners with a broader range of exposure, but also provide that exposure to our drivers’ sponsors as well.  I truly believe this is a great opportunity for all of our stakeholders and I want to thank the Tomson Family for taking the leap of faith to green light this project!”

While the Lernerville.TV project has been in the works for several weeks, the quick evolution of Pennsylvania’s phases of re-opening from COVID-19 stay-at-home orders has resulted in a full court press to live-stream Fab4 Racing Opening Night 2020, which was just announced earlier this week.  As such, at this time, fans will only be able to watch the stream at Lernerville.TV, but the Roku and Fire channels, and Apple and Android apps will be available in the near future.

Fans will have the option to purchase a single pass for any Fab4 event for just $20, (which also includes video on demand access of that event for 30 days), or subscribe to Lernerville.TV for just $30/month.  The Lernerville.TV website is live, but still a work in progress, as events are still being added to the site; the focus this week has been to get the site live and set up for pay per view of Opening Night.  A subscription option will be in place no later than tomorrow (Friday) to ensure that fans get the most bang for their buck!

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