Showing that Fernando Alonso's top spot in FP1 was just a fluke, Lewis Hamilton resumed normal service with the fastest time in FP2 as Formula One got its feet well and truly under the table in Montreal.
However, in the opening 15 minutes of the session it was a different Mercedes powered machine that was on the top spot – that achievement went to Valtteri Bottas in the Williams.
Unfortunately that didn't last long and Nico Rosberg jumped into P1, Bottas would eventually finish seventh – one place behind team mate Felipe Massa who had a much better FP2 following battery problems in the first session.
Hamilton ultimately claimed first with a time of 1:16.118 after banging in...
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