Formula 1 thrives on conspiracy: catch two (or more) team bosses in a huddle, and whispers instantly have them trading drivers/ganging up against competitors/scheming further (advantageous) regulation changes/discussing solutions to the latest catastrophe to hit F1.
In the world of F1 conspiracy, everything goes, with nothing being too bizarre to consider. Indeed, the only variables are the length of time devoted to deliberation/rejection/filing under 'future'.
However, there was a theory shared with this column in the wake of the first race of the season that was simply too outlandish to have legs. Yet...
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