The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. A late-19th century tale of two distinct personalities residing within one body. A literary masterpiece so famous that it has become a cultural reference and part of the general lexicon of the English language.
Robert Louis Stevenson's novella has spawned many theatrical and cinematic adaptations since it was published in 1886, and nearly 130 years later it perhaps has some relevance to Formula 1, because it could be a metaphor for Fernando Alonso's character.
This picture has been building slowly, over a number of conversations with prominent past and present F1 colleagues of Alonso's, who have all highlighted different facets of the complex nature of one of the best racing drivers in the world.