Sometimes even the rapid-fire world of internet publishing just isn't fast enough to keep up with developing stories: rather than waiting for a full article to appear on something, you really want and need the news right now
while it's red hot, straight off the wires.
That's why Crash.net
is now bringing you live text coverage during this weekend's F1 Grand Prix from Montreal in Canada on Sunday afternoon, with minute-by-minute updates bringing you the very latest developments both on and off the track for the two hours of the race starting shortly before the green flag which is scheduled for 2pm local time (7pm BST.)
If someone crashes out, you'll be the first to know about it. If there's drama on pit lane, we'll make sure you know all about it. And the minute the chequered flag is waved, you'll know who the winner of this year's Canadian GP is!
The live feed will be available here on the Crash.net
site and will also be 'pushed' to Twitter so you can follow us there as well. Make sure you bookmark the Canadian GP Live Commentary page
and follow us on Twitter
so that you don't miss out!
See you for the race...