prides itself in getting you all the latest news, results and race reports as soon as humanly possible - but sometimes even a few minutes delay can be just too long to wait.
That's very true when it comes to race day, when you want to know exactly what's going on trackside leading up to a race and then all the action immediately it happens once the racing is underway. For times like that, waiting around for a full story to be written up and posted can just agonisingly far too long and miss the whole point, right?
That's why Crash.net
now carries live commentaries of all F1, MotoGP and WSBK races - and all the posts to our live commentaries are shared direct with our Twitter followers, so you'll get a blow-by-blow account of everything that happens during every Grand Prix of MotoGP the minute that it happens. There's no better way of following a race if you can't be there for yourself.
All you have to do to get the race updates is to follow us on Twitter
and we'll do the rest for you. If you're a Facebook user then I'm afraid this is something we can't post to your wall, but you don't have to miss out - if you 'like' the Crash.net
page at facebook.com/CrashdotNet
then we'll send you a reminder before we start every live commentary and a link to where all the day's updates are being posted on the Crash.net
site so that you can follow along as well.
Think we could be doing more? 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. We're always on the lookout for how we can make Crash.net
even better, so if you have any helpful hints then let us know either through the comments or by sending us some feedback via the Contact Us
Or if you prefer, why not send us a tweet?