Button's finest win

Look back Fri CAN

Friday’s rain-affected FP2 session in Montreal certainly echoed to the 2011 Canadian Grand Prix, which saw McLaren’s Jenson Button secure arguably his greatest F1 win. On a drenched Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the 2009 world champion survived an early collision with team-mate Lewis Hamilton, five Safety Car periods, a two-hour delay, and five pit stops - including one to serve a drive-through penalty - to pip Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel in the final lap and bring one of the most epic Grand Prix in F1 history to a thrilling conclusion.