The complete 2011 Canadian GP review

The complete 2011 Canadian GP review

Jenson Button produced a pair of amazing comeback drives to win one of the most remarkable grands prix in history. Find out how it all unfolded with our comprehensive guide to events in Montreal

PRACTICE

Practice one

It only took just over half an hour for Montreal's barriers to claim their first victim - and it was world champion and runaway points leader Sebastian Vettel who found the wall first, mangling his Red Bull on the 'wall of champions' at the final chicane and prompting the weekend's first stoppage.

That ruled him out of the battle for the top spot, which became a Ferrari and Mercedes contest, ultimately won by Nico Rosberg ahead of Fernando Alonso, Michael Schumacher and Felipe Massa.

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