What F1 could learn from WWE

What F1 could learn from WWE

WWE and Formula 1 might not share many characteristics on a sporting front, but GLENN FREEMAN argues that plenty of wrestling's offerings could be utilised by F1 to improve the show

You are not about to read a list of suggestions that will include Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg settling their differences by seeing who can throw the other one through a table first, although given the fuss that was made over a thrown cap last year, perhaps that would be a ratings hit.

And this is not a call for Formula 1 to script races - the element that earns World Wrestling Entertainment the tag of being 'fake'. While 'professional wrestling' is certainly not a real sport, there is plenty Formula 1 could learn from what it does so well.

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