When team-mates are in the title fight

When team-mates are in the title fight

Jonathan Noble examines the problems a Formula 1 team faces when its two drivers are in competition with each other for the world championship

As a team you always claimed that you treated both drivers equally. But, as everyone (including George Orwell and perhaps the men in the cockpit too) suspected, one driver was always treated a bit more equally than the other.

So why did it have to come to this?

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