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Crash on Twitter! For when news needs breaking...

Sometimes the news can't wait until you have time to sit down with a cup of coffee and a leisurely check of the website. For times like that, you should be following Crash.net on Twitter...
The best thing about the world of modern motorsport is that the news can break anytime, anywhere from around the world. Whether it's Daniel Ricciardo signing for Red Bull late on a Monday evening, Cal Crutchlow confirming his move to Ducati, Scott Redding heading for MotoGP with Gresini Honda or Felipe Massa beating the Ferrari PR machine by announcing his own exit from the team, the stories keep on coming around the clock.

How can you stay on top? Fortunately, you don't have to - that's what we're here for! As soon as a story breaks in any of the motorsports championships - from MotoGP to F1, World Superbikes to WRC, British Superbikes to British Touring Cars and over in the States in NASCAR and IndyCar, we'll bring you the news as soon as we hear it.

Don't have time to keep clicking 'refresh' on the Crash.net site 24/7 to check for updates? We don't blame you! No problem - all you have to do is follow us on Twitter and we'll make sure that every breaking story is immediately flashed to you via a tweet. That means if you turn on notifications for the Crash.net twitter feed then you'll be able to get a text message every time there's something new happening.

More of a Facebook person? You can also get all the latest top stories from across the world of motorsports straight to your wall if you 'like' the Crash.net page at facebook.com/CrashdotNet. There really is no reason to be behind the curve when it comes to breaking news in 2013!

If there's anything you'd like to see us doing that we're not already, then do let us know. We're always on the lookout for how we can make Crash.net even better, so if you have any helpful hints and ideas then let us know either through the comments or by sending us some feedback via the Contact Us page!

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

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