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Jenson Button Q&A: Opportunism could be key on Sunday

Jenson Button is hardly a stranger to dramatic triumphs in Montreal, having remarkably come from the back of the field to snatch victory on the final lap of the 2011 race.So while the Briton feels Mercedes - and Lewis Hamilton in particular - are the early favourites, he insists the race is still wide open, and that an ability to react to the unexpected could prove the key to victory on the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve.Q: Jenson, what do you realistically expect this weekend?Jenson Button: Well, let's start with the track: it is a circuit where aerodynamics are important - but not as important as some of the races we've been lately - which is an area where we are still a bit weak. Mechanical...
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