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Patience a Virtue for Button after Canada Fight back

Briton Jenson Button took a remarkable fourth-place finish in Montreal after a strong end to the Canadian Grand Prix saw him make up a number of places in the final laps of the race. His Danish McLaren-Mercedes team-mate Kevin Magnussen inherited ninth place after a final lap crash eliminated two drivers ahead of him. Button’s race was definitely one of two halves. In the early stages he was around the lower end of the points, but in the closing laps he put in an amazing fight back that saw him eventually claim fourth position. He gained two places from the crash of Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez on the final lap, but also made two places up after overtaking the battling Nico Hulkenberg...
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