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Crash.net is making a few changes to help you get your F1 fix
Here at Crash.net, we are dedicated to bringing you the very latest in news, results and gossip from across the motorsport world, none more so than in F1 where our team in the paddock has been busy sniffing out the biggest stories at every race.

As you may have noticed from the start of the year, for the 2014 F1 season we launched our bespoke Twitter feed @Crash_F1, created for fans who want everything F1, including live coverage throughout race weekend, pit-lane chatter, the latest images from within the paddock and, of course, the big stories.

We want to give you MORE though, which is why @Crash_F1 will now be the new home for all of Crash.net's F1 content on Twitter.

While previously all of your F1 news would have appeared both on the F1 account and on the main Crash.net account - @Crash_NET - we will now be offering two distinct channels to ensure you get your F1 fix.




From now on, the only place to receive all of the F1 news, extended live coverage and a broader insight into the world of F1 will be @Crash_F1. This way it will be much easier for F1 fans to keep on top of what is happening, while also preventing stories being duplicated on your Twitter feed. Better still, we will ensure that @Crash_NET will still alert you to any major F1 news too, so you never miss a thing!

As ever, if you have any questions or comments about the change then we'd love to hear from you. Feel free to post your comments below.


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