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#1 Grayson

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 00:05

As announced on the front page this morning:

Sign up with AUTOSPORT to read 30 free stories each month

As part of our on-going commitment to producing the best motorsport website in the world, AUTOSPORT wants you to sign up to our new registration system.

Starting on June 1, once you have read 20 stories in a calendar month you will be asked to submit your name and email address. Once this very quick process is completed and verified you will be able to read a further 10 news stories free of charge.

AUTOSPORT is always looking at ways of improving the website and this weekend we have also launched Race Centre Live, taking you to the heart of the paddocks and service parks across the motorsport world.

We hope this new registration process will allow us to continue to improve the world-class service our readers deserve.

Andrew van de Burgt,
Editor in Chief


There will be a few tweaks to this in the coming weeks, but one major reason for the change is that we can track the number of stories you've read more accurately and not have to worry that people will be locked out when they've only read half a dozen stories just because someone else in their home or office has been on AUTOSPORT.com during the month as well.

If there are any questions, you can contact me at simon.grayson@haymarket.com or I'll be happy to try to respond to any questions in this thread.

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#2 Nustang70

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 07:42

Didn't we already get 30 stories? This kinda seems like a step back.

#3 SpeedRacer`

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 09:17

Or you can just go to Yahoo F1 (who buy Autosport's stories word for word) and browse as many stories as you like, with no restrictions :)

#4 Dudley

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 16:55

Or you can just go to Yahoo F1 (who buy Autosport's stories word for word) and browse as many stories as you like, with no restrictions :)

And also at racer.com