, the world's biggest motorsport community and MotorsportAds, the leading motorsport classified website have announced that they have joined forces to create the web's biggest and best motorsport classified ad section.
In the space of only two and a half years since its launch, MotorsportAds has become the No 1 UK focussed motorsport classified website and the advertising media of choice for many motorsport teams and competitors.
With the launch of Crash Classifieds within the re-launched Crash.net
motorsport portal [see separate story – click here
], the clearly stated goal of both parties is to become the No 1 site in both the UK and worldwide for motorsport related classified advertising.
Both MotorsportAds and Crash Classifieds now become portals to the shared databank of classified ads, which includes 2 wheel motorsport as well as the 4 wheel variety, together with multi-currency and multi-geographic support.
“The addition of a strong classified section within Crash.net
is an important element of our strategic growth objectives and has been planned for sometime,” said Crash.net's
MD Bryn Williams.
“We looked carefully at several of the leading motorsport-focussed classified ads websites and MotorsportAds clearly stood out head and shoulders above the rest. Our respective technical teams have worked well together in creating Crash Classifieds and we're looking forward to a highly successful venture for Crash and MotorsportAds as well as an improved experience for our advertisers and users.
“The addition of Crash Classifieds coincides with the launch of the new look Crash.net
, the new site will launch further new sections throughout 2009 to become the undisputed No 1 motorsport community on the internet.”
“In one stroke, Crash Classifieds boosts the audience for our classifieds ads by 1.5 million visitors per month, and attracts an international as well as UK audience,” added Paul Wallace, MD and co-founder of MotorsportAds
“It means that anyone placing an ad on either MotorsportAds or Crash Classifieds is doing so in the knowledge that, together, we reach a larger and wider audience than any other motorsport classified ad media, either on the web or in traditional print.”