What F1 should learn from Usain Bolt

What F1 should learn from Usain Bolt

Dominance is feted in many sports - as responses to the Olympic Games show - but not Formula 1. It raises a bigger problem that grand prix racing needs to tackle

Amid the blanket coverage of the Rio Olympics of the past couple of weeks, it's been impossible to escape the widespread, deserved reverence for the achievements of the great athletes.

Usain Bolt's triple triple, Michael Phelps taking his Olympic gold medal tally to 23, Britain's cyclists sweeping all before them in the velodrome... the list is almost endless. But while they are feted, should Lewis Hamilton win his fourth world championship, it will be greeted with a shrug in many quarters.

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