Monday 9 March 2015

New Grand Prix Times article: Why does F1 love a conspiracy theory?

Photo: Octane Photography
In F1 our default it seems is that things are not quite as presented. That we're not getting the full story. That its mysterious forces are conspiring against us. And lately we've had our latest grand example, with Fernando Alonso's testing accident and subsequent lay off for the season-opener in Melbourne, which set a few hares running...

But it's nothing new. F1 it seems rather loves a conspiracy theory. It's been the way for decades. Though equally too it seems especially common in recent times.

In my latest article for Grand Prix Times I ask why us F1 observers are these days so determined to think conspiracy. You can read it here:

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