US Grand Prix pole
belongs to Lewis Hamilton
The 22-year-old rookie Lewis
Hamilton won the U.S. Grand Prix pole position on Saturday
beating Fernando Alonso to the top spot.
Hamilton just got his first Formula 1 victory last week in
Canada, and now the young Englishman is looking forward to the
best placement for the start of the US Grand Prix in
Indianapolis on Sunday. Second will start Fernando Alonso giving
the McLaren-Mercedes a full row for the start of the U.S. Grand
The stats for the top five Formula 1 drivers
for the US Grand Prix qualifiers:
1. Lewis Hamilton (McLaren-Mercedes) - (Q1)
1:12.563 (Q2) 1:12.065 (Q3) 1:12.331
2. Fernando Alonso (McLaren-Mercedes) - 1:12.416 1:11.926
3. Felipe Massa (Ferrari) - 1:12.731 1:12.180 1:12.703
4. Kimi Räikkönen (Ferrari) - 1:12.732 1:12.111 1:12.839
5. Nick Heidfeld (BMW) - 1:12.543 1:12.188 1:12.847
A disagreement between the oddsmakers from
each side of the Ocean on a favorite to win the Formula 1 race.
The North American bookmaker
Bodog Sports has Fernando
Alonso as a favorite with odds of 5/4 followed by Lewis Hamilton
with odds 5/6. The British sportsbook
Bet365, on the contrary, chose
Lewis Hamilton as their favorite with betting odds 8/11 and
second comes Fernando Alonso with 11/10.
The US Grand Prix will start on Sunday, the
17th at 1:00pm EST at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Published on 06/16/2007