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ONE GOOD TURN
That's all it took for pole sitter Lewis Hamilton (2) to slip ahead of teammate Fernando Alonso (1) at the beginning of the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The start was not so smooth for the cars that collided behind the leaders. Hamilton, the rookie from Great Britain, went on to win his second race in a row and take a 10-point lead over Alonso in the F/1 standings.