Race
  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Button FL GBR McLaren 70 6
2 Vettel GER Red Bull 70 3
3 Webber AUS Red Bull 70 3
4 Schumacher GER Mercedes 70 4
5 Petrov RUS Renault 70 2
6 Massa BRA Ferrari 70 4
7 Kobayashi JPN Sauber 70 2
8 Alguersuari ESP Toro Rosso 70 3
9 Barrichello BRA Williams 70 4
10 Buemi SUI Toro Rosso 70 4
11 Rosberg GER Mercedes 70 4
12 de la Rosa ESP Sauber 70 2
13 Liuzzi ITA HRT 69 3
14 d'Ambrosio BEL Virgin 69 5
15 Glock GER Virgin 69 2
16 Trulli ITA Team Lotus 69
17 Karthikeyan IND HRT 69
18 di Resta GBR Force India 67 4
Retirement
spun off Maldonado VEN Williams 61 5
accident Heidfeld GER Renault 55 2
suspension Sutil GER Force India 49 5
accident Alonso ESP Ferrari 36 3
mechanical Kovalainen FIN Team Lotus 28
accident Hamilton GBR McLaren 7 0

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Lap 70

Button wins a brilliant race with Vettel coming home second. Webber takes third, just ahead of Schumacher.

Button is through! Vettel lost it on the final lap but just about holds on.

And it looks like Massa took sixth on the line, passing Kobayashi with the use of his DRS. A brilliant race right to the last minute. Button pitted six times and is absolutely ecstatic.

The only thing that might be worth keeping in mind is that Button is under investigation for the incident with Alonso. Hopefully it will come to nothing.

Button hugs his girlfriend, his dad and all his team as he jumps out of the cockpit. A sensational win four hours and nine minutes after the start.

Button takes a well-deserved slurp of champagne as the celebrations continue on the podium.

Lap 69

The race will go the full distance with two laps remaining.

Di Resta's race is over with a wheel missing from his Force India.

Button gets the use of his DRS on this lap and is closing in with one lap left.

Lap 68

Three minutes remaining and Button has the gap down to 1.3 seconds. Vettel is repsonding though.

Button is still not quite close enough to use his DRS but is told he can "have him" buy his team.

Lap 67

Button closes the gap by 1.5 seconds in one lap and now the gap is just 1.6 seconds. Remarkable stuff.

Button can't use his DRS on this lap. And Webber hhas got past Schumacher into the final chicane with the aid of the DRS.

Lap 66

Five laps remain with Button 3.1 seconds off Vettel and closing. After leading for most of the race Vettel is now coming under huge pressure.

Lap 65

Button gets past Webber after the Red Bull missed the final chicane for the second lap in a row. Button did remarkably well to miss the Red Bull and hold it together on the wet.

Button is now all over the back of Schumacher. He gets past easily with the aid of the DRS and took two seconds out of Vettel on that lap.

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  • Jenson Button eases past Kamui Kobayashi, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Jenson Button goes round the outside of Tonio Liuzzi, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Jenson Button celebrates his remarkable victory on the podium with McLaren technical director Paddy Lowe, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Jerome d'Ambrosio and Timo Glock battle as Jenson Button looks for a way through, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011
  • Kamui Kobayashi celebrates his seventh place with a tequila, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Colin Farrell poses in front of the Renault, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Jenson Button celebrates his victory with a kiss from girlfriend Jessica Michibata, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Jenson Button goes round the outside of Jerome d'Ambrosio, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011
  • Jenson Button celebrates victory, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Tonio Liuzzi during the worst of the deluge, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Tonio Liuzzi passes a sizable puddle during the race, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011 Lewis Hamilton talks to the media after Jenson Button's victory, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 12, 2011