Reasons for corporate secrecy

RACE ace Ben Collins has been linked with telly\’s motoring mystery man The Stig – in documents from his own company.

Papers issued by Collins Autosport show the F3 driver signed up with Top Gear just as the iconic \”white Stig\” character appeared on screen in 2003.

Accounts filed that December reveal the firm had achieved a \”cornerstone year\”.

They add that it was partly because of on-track success and say: \”In addition, driving services were also provided for the BBC, mainly in the Top Gear Programme.\”

All this corporate transparency, sometimes it\’s a little too much, you know?

3 thoughts on “Reasons for corporate secrecy”

  1. Although he was first outed in the investigation in to Hammond’s crash, wasn’t he? And that would be justified – who is the “expert advisor”.

    It’s just a marketing gimmick – and an occasionally annoying one. My appreciation for the way that Collins throws the cars around the track isn’t diminished by knowing that it is him under the helmet.

  2. The Pedant-General

    They say that he has an evil twin who does the books.

    And that if he ever met a sun journalist in person, he would be able to use his helmet to collect the bits left afterwards.

    All we know is…

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