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We're busy working hard to bring you some extra-special motorsport exclusives every week, and if you want to be the first to hear about them then we honestly can't think of a better way to stay informed than by following the official Crash.net feed on Twitter.

We've got exclusive regular columns from motorsports stars including Lotus F1's Davide Valsecchi, WRC star Mads Ostberg, BTCC's Rob Collard and of course Britain's own MotoGP star Bradley Smith, all of them keeping you up to date with their progress throughout the year. And that's not to mention exclusive Q&A sessions with the top stars every week!

There's also comment and analysis from some of the best and brightest journalists working in the motorsports paddock today, including GP week editor Kate Walker and three-time Guild of Motoring Writers Journalist of the Year Award winner David Tremayne, all bringing you the very latest behind-the-scenes speculation first hand.

If you want to know the minute one of Crash.net's exclusives goes live, then make sure you're following our Twitter feed because there's a tweet the very instant a story is added. It's definitely the fastest and easiest way to know what's going on, and best of all it's totally free, just by following us on Twitter.

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