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Get the latest F1 post-race news from Yeongam on Facebook!

6 October 2013

If you were awake in time for the start of the Korean Grand Prix this morning, then very well done indeed! Hopefully you're not too jet-lagged by the experience and will stay tuned to Crash.net throughout the day for all the breaking news, photo and video highlights, latest developments and juicy gossip following the conclusion of this weekend's race.

And if you were just too attached to your duvet to make it in time then not to worry, you can still find out everything that happened in Yeongam right here on the site - or if you prefer you can have all the news delivered to your Facebook page where it'll be ready and waiting for you whenever you want to catch up.

It's not just F1 news, it's also the best of the international motorcycling action from around the world with MotoGP and World Superbikes top of the list. And there's plenty of four-wheel action with highlights and results from other top championships including WRC, BTCC, WTCC, DTM, NASCAR and IndyCar.

Check out what you're missing by visiting the official Crash.net page on Facebook - if you 'like' us then the latest updates will appear on your own timeline so you won't have to lift a finger to stay up-to-date and completely in touch with the latest motorsports news.

Why not check it out and give it a try? It's all completely free so it's not going to cost you a penny to keep in touch with all the breaking news.

If you're more of a Twitter person then you can also visit our page there and follow us to be kept up-to-date with tweets announcing all the new stories going live on Crash.net throughout the day. You'll know the minute anything's added, and the story is just a single click away.

Crash.net ran a live text commentary of this morning's Korean GP that was shared on Twitter, but if you want to catch up and relive the events from Yeongam 'as they happened' then check out the complete record of everything we said during the race right here on the site.

That should certainly be enough to keep you busy. Whoever said that Sundays should be 'lazy'?! There's far too much happening when there's a Grand Prix on, and the smartest way of staying on top of it all is through Crash.net's Facebook, Twitter and live commentary services - so make sure you don't miss out and fall behind!


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