Why F1's age of paranoia must end

Why F1's age of paranoia must end

The technical secrets of Formula 1 teams are fascinating for that reason - they are secret. Forcing teams to be open about updates may dampen intrigue, but it would be better for the experience as a whole

It's Thursday at the British Grand Prix and the Silverstone pitlane is packed with Formula 1 fans getting their fill of driver autographs and photos the day before track action gets under way.

A bigger than usual throng has gathered outside the FIA's scrutineering garage as it is Red Bull's turn to go through F1's new technical 'show and tell' extravaganza - revealing all about the updates on the RB14.

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