During the height of the racing season, Crash.net brings you dozens of new stories every day across our range of championships including MotoGP, F1, WSBK, WRC, BSB, BTCC and more. That's a lot to keep up to date with!

Earlier this year we comprehensively revamped the Crash.net site so that it not only looked a lot more stylish and up-to-date but was able to cope with all the new items that were being posted every day of the week and to highlight the most important news of the day. Even so, sometimes it's simply better to have a live list of the latest additions to the site to scan down.

That's where the Crash.net Twitter page comes into it: if you follow us on Twitter then you'll not only see the latest new stories on your own timeline, you'll also be able to check out our Twitter page for a quick and easy list of everything that's been added, in reverse-chronological order. Every single tweet comes with a direct link to the story, so one click and you're right there. It's so simple, even meerkats would be impressed by it!

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Facebook users can also get in on the act by 'liking' the Crash.net page at facebook.com/CrashdotNet which means you'll see summaries of our hand-picked selection of stories added to your wall, and once again a single click is all you need to get you back to the site to read the full story.

We think it adds a while new exciting way to access and read the comprehensive coverage of MotoGP, F1, WSBK, WRC, BSB and BTCC stories at Crash.net. Our Twitter and Facebook service also means that even when the spotlight it on the latest Grand Prix or MotoGP event, you won't miss out on the latest news from other series like DTM, WTCC, GP2, IndyCar and NASCAR that might otherwise be lost in the crush.

Is there anything else that you think we should be doing that would make things even better? If you have ideas and suggestions for anything you'd like to see us doing that we're not already, then do let us know. Let us have your helpful hints and tips either through the 'Have Your Say' comments section or else by sending us some feedback via the Contact Us page.

Or if you prefer, why not send us a tweet!