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We're pretty proud of the comprehensive coverage of motorsport that we carry on Crash.net and we want to share it with the world as loudly as possible. There's no better way of keeping up to date with everything that's happening in the world of motorsport than by following the official Crash.net feed on Twitter.

No other site has quite the same comprehensive coverage across the world of two- and four-wheel championships, from MotoGP and F1 through World Superbikes, World Rally Championship and British Superbikes. Try finding the same level of news, full results and post-event analysis from such diverse series anywhere else. And it doesn't stop there! Look a little deeper and we're also bringing you all the big stories from BTCC, GP2, WTCC, DTM and from NASCAR and IndyCar across the Atlantic.

Everytime there's a new story added to any of our motorsports channels, our Twitter feed will know about is straight away so it's the quickest, fastest and best way of knowing what's going on across all the different championships. We honestly think there's no better way of getting total coverage from your favourite series - and it's all for free, just by following us on Twitter.

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