Stat Attack: Canada (post-race)

Another phenomenal race another extraordinary list of statistics to soak up following last weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. Michele Merlino runs through the important and the obscure figures from Montreal.

According to the statistics, Jenson Button recorded the second greatest comeback win through the field in the entire history of the Formula 1 World Championship.

Jenson fell to 21st on the 37th lap of the race and eventually won, thus recovering 20 places. The only driver to have recovered more positions was another McLaren driver John Watson in the 1983 USA West Grand Prix. He won from 22nd on the grid.

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