F1 » Last chance to change Crash.net, win Amazon vouchers!

As we evaluate making a few changes to Crash.net, we're inviting you as our readers to help us change the future shape of the website - and there might be £100 of Amazon vouchers in it too if you're particularly lucky...

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May 10, 2010 5:56 PM

Your survey program is a bit duff, a number of times it would not end unless you filled in or ticked boxes where you had the choice of NOT filling in, ie, your name, and on new subjects it would not pass untill you had ticked one of the boxes, dispite filling in the 'Other sports' box. !!

Paul Buckland

May 10, 2010 8:14 PM

PMG - I think you miss the point. All these surveys are the same, it is a marketing ploy. Don't be surprised to get rather a lot of e-mails in return and lots of specific advertising. If they wanted to know what you thought of the SITE, then they would ask you questions about IT, not YOU.

Rick Nose - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 8:32 PM

All a survey does is prove that the current management are incapable of thinking up new ideas for themselves, and need the help of outsiders to provide them with new inititives. Try getting the site back to its exciting format of 18 months ago which had original reporting, decent photography, less advertising and crap and some substance, unlike the rehashed team press releases you now use for so-called reports.

Frank (NL) - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 8:39 PM

Tell us what you think of the site.


1. What is your account number
2. What's the pincode
3. Were do you live
4. When is your holiday
5. Are you rich?
6. Were do you leave the key?
7. When you eat a hammer, does it hurt?




May 10, 2010 10:15 PM

The survey doesn't really ask for any improvments. It is only looking to define the demograph of each user.

My suggestions for improvement:

1. Ditch the agree / disagree function
2. Users have to log in to post
3. Less reports based on conjecture and soundbites
4. More reports based on facts
5. Keep up with other sites rather than being best part of a week behind everyone else
6. Less tabloid style headlines. If the reports are good, peolpe will remember this as a good site and return without the need for attention grabbing headlines.


Marty Harris - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 10:53 PM

Listen to Andrew please Crashnet!

Any site that wants to be taken seriously must have credibility and lately Crashnet has seemed willing to sacrifice that.

Coverage of the Schumacher comeback, for example, has been appallingly tabloid. Sensational but mostly unsubstantiated.

And if we want Crashnet forums to be worth a damn, we might need an age verification system. Or perhaps IQ test. Something, at least.

Tr4sh - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 11:09 PM

6. Less tabloid style headlines. If the reports are good, peolpe will remember this as a good site and return without the need for attention grabbing headlines.

Posted by andrew

Looks like some have ditched it anyway. F1 used to be the busiest section, a quick scan of the homepage shows that it's now Moto GP, with Motorsport-Bikes gunning for second.

cobalt - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 11:42 PM

The survey was sponsored by car sellers asking when you plan to replace your car. Wait for emails offering a testdrive if they think your income is right.
Ferrari? Mercedes? Renault? Lada?

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