The fastest man on four wheels stood on the U.S. Grand Prix podium with the fastest man on two feet.
Together, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton and retired sprinter Usain Bolt struck Bolt's familiar “To the World” pose, their fingers pointing to the sky and perhaps the way toward another Hamilton Formula One championship.
Hamilton tightened his control on the F1 season title by winning the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday ahead of title rival Sebastian Vettel, who finished second in a race he said he had to win.
It was Hamilton's fourth consecutive win at the Circuit of the Americas and fifth since 2012. His ninth win of the season also opened a 66-point lead on Vettel with three...