Named after one of Lewis Hamilton’s role models, this is one of the best circuits on the calendar.

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Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has little room for error, as demonstrated by Ferrari’s Felipe Massa, on his way to qualifying third.

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Over half of the race’s 4+ hours were this film noir scene courtesy of a red flag in lap 25 because of the torrential rain.

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Mark Webber’s pirouette in the opening laps, caused by the man in the Senna helmet, Lewis Hamilton. Webber would finish third. Hamilton would crash into a wall and retire.

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The start after a safety car: Vettel leads from the two Ferraris, Mark Webber, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, and, in the distance, the man who would beat him to the checkered flag in the last lap: Jenson Button.

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Visibility was just fine.

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The aftermath of the contact between Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button. Hamilton would retire after a few corners on three wheels.

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Only a hard-charging Mark Webber robbed Michael Schumacher of his first post-retirement podium. One of the sport’s undisputed rain masters, Schumacher was clearly in his element in submerged Montréal.

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Jenson Button, the man of the many rain-soaked hours, on his way to a sensational victory.

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Button’s first win since the 2010 Chinese Grand Prix.

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Sebastian Vettel may look mopey, but there’s little reason for him to do so in the long run: he leads the championship by over two races’ worth of points.

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