Rain turned everything topsy turvy in the GP of Canada and handed Jenson Button of McLaren his first victory of this season.  The race began behind a safety car and later there were many safety car periods thanks to either increasing rain or due to crashes some of which were wonderfully orchestrated by an ambitious Lewis Hamilton who finally went out of the race after making contact with his team Jenson Button.  The incident was under investigation but the stewards decided that it was a racing incident and so Button had a reprieve and got to keep his win.  Sebastian Vettel in the Red Bull Racing car led for most of the race and was in the lead towards the last couple of corners on the last lap when he made a small mistake and gave the victory to Button.  Third place went to a charging Mark Webber in the other Red Bull Racing car ahead of Michael Schumacher who at one point looked good enough for second place.  Still this is Michael Schumacher’s best result, finishing fourth.  Narain Karthikeyan finished 14th ahead of four more cars and Force India’s Paul Di Resta rounded off the finishers in 18th place.  The race was red flagged for a duration of two hours before it was deemed fit to resume.