Red Bull's conspiracy to win

Red Bull's conspiracy to win

A hint of surprise from the defeated Mark Webber over his Japanese GP strategy got speculation of Red Bull favouritism swirling again. JONATHAN NOBLE seeks out the true story of the team's Suzuka tactics

People love conspiracy theories. So said Neil Armstrong, a man who found himself on the receiving end of one or two.

That desire to unlock hidden forces that shape events, to find a secret explanation for happenings that don't fit in with your world view, is commonplace in Formula 1 too.

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