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Pironi and F1 doctor Sid Watkins came to Paletti's aid to try to extract him from his car, which briefly caught fire.
After a half-hour, the year-old Paletti was extracted and flown to a nearby hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries. Nelson Piquet won the race in his Brabham.
But Rosberg, like the other front runners, had problems and so Mansell took advantage of these problems and won the race.
In , the race was not held due to sponsorship dispute between two local breweries, Labatt and Molson. Austrian Gerhard Berger won the event after the dominant Mansell spun off after a collision with Berger's teammate Senna.
Alain Prost won the event while fending off a spirited drive from Senna, and in response to the Imola tragedies, the event saw the very fast Droit du Casino curve being turned into a chicane.
German Michael Schumacher won this event. Ferrari's Jean Alesi won the edition , which occurred on his 31st birthday and which would be the only win of his career.
Alesi had inherited the lead when Michael Schumacher pitted with electrical problems and Damon Hill 's hydraulics failed.
The victory was a popular one for Alesi, particularly after several unrewarded drives the year before, namely in Italy.
Alesi's win at Montreal was voted the most popular race victory of the season by many, as it was the number 27 Ferrari—once belonging to the famous Gilles Villeneuve at his much loved home Grand Prix.
Schumacher gave Alesi a lift back to the pits after Alesi's car ran out of fuel just before the Pits Hairpin. The Canadian Grand Prix race had grown in importance around this time; the demise of Grands Prix in Detroit, Phoenix and Mexico City meant that it had been the only North American Grand Prix round since and would continue to be the only round in North America up until , and again from to after yet another demise of the United States Grand Prix, this time at Indianapolis.
It was also one of two races in the entire Americas, the other being the Brazilian Grand Prix, although the Argentine Grand Prix had returned for 4 brief years from to The race saw the Casino corner removed and the layout changed; the run from the hairpin at the bottom of the circuit was turned into a straight.
Briton Damon Hill won this event, and the race was stopped early due to a crash involving Olivier Panis. He was sidelined for nine races and some see it as a turning point in the career of the Monaco Grand Prix winner.
The races from to except and saw a romp of Michael Schumacher victories, all in a Ferrari. The Schumacher brothers would finish 1—2 in the edition as well, was also noted for Jean Alesi achieving Prost's best finish of the season; he celebrated his fifth place by doing several donuts in his vehicle, and throwing his helmet into the crowd.
The race was the site of rookie Lewis Hamilton 's first win. Sato fought up 5 places in the field in the last 15 laps to finish sixth.
The race also saw an atrocious crash involving Robert Kubica who went on to win the race the following season , resulting to be his only one in F1.
The Canadian Grand Prix became the longest ever Formula One race to date; rainstorms delayed the race for hours; but when it got going again Briton Jenson Button stormed through the field from last place after the restart on lap 41 and caught German leader Sebastian Vettel ; whom he forced into making a mistake, passed the Red Bull driver and the Briton took victory, in what he described as "my best ever race".
Robinson died later in hospital and became the first track-side death in Formula One since that of marshal Graham Beveridge at the Australian Grand Prix.
In , a groundhog disrupted the practice session of Ralf Schumacher. On race day itself, Anthony Davidson had been running in third until he struck a groundhog, initially thought to be a beaver, which forced him to pit and repair the damage to his front wing.
In , a groundhog crossed the track at the hairpin in the 2nd practice session but luckily did not disrupt the session. In , Romain Grosjean struck a groundhog in the 2nd practice session on the approach to turn 13, damaging his front wing.
The final corner of Circuit Gilles Villeneuve became well known for crashes involving former World Champions. The wall became ironically known as "Wall of Champions".
Before the wall was named it also claimed victims such as World Sportscar Champion and long-time F1 driver Derek Warwick who spectacularly crashed his Arrows - Megatron during qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix.
On 7 October , the Canadian Grand Prix was dropped from the Formula One calendar, which left the Montreal race off the list for the first time since He attempted an overtake on the pit straight, but the two drivers collided and Hamilton hit the pit wall.
The accident caused Hamilton's retirement, which prompted a safety car deployment at the end of lap eight.
The race was resumed on lap 13 and Button, who had changed to intermediate tyres before the safety car period, was given a drive-through penalty for speeding behind the safety car, emerging in 15th place.
Alonso and the Mercedes pitted for intermediate tyres, leaving Massa in second and Kobayashi in third by lap Alonso and Button, who were in fifth and eighth respectively, fell to ninth and eleventh, while the drivers on the full wet tyres began pitting for fresh wet tyres.
Torrential rain prevented the resumption of the Grand Prix for over two hours,  until the rain eased at The race was restarted behind the safety car with the drivers in the positions held before the suspension.
Webber was in seventh place with Alonso, de la Rosa and Button behind. The safety car remained out for seven laps, during which the circuit began drying enough to be suitable for intermediate tyres,  and D'Ambrosio pitted on lap 33 to change from the full wets.
Vettel began to extend the lead over Kobayashi once the safety car came in on lap 35, as Massa and Heidfeld fought for Kobayashi's second place. As Button attempted to pass at turn 3 the two cars touched, and Alonso's Ferrari spun and beached upon a curb, bringing out the safety car.
DRS was enabled on lap 46, as Barrichello and Rosberg were contesting eighth position. Button had caught Maldonado and Alguersuari, and passed both cars for tenth place.
Mark Webber was the first driver to switch to slick tyres, and was followed by Barrichello and Buemi. Button had risen from ninth after his pit-stop to fourth, and was catching the leading trio of Vettel, Schumacher and Webber.
The wing then detached and folded under the car, and Heidfeld after losing control of his car ran down an escape road on turn 3.
Following the pitstops and safety car deployment, Petrov had gained sixth place while Barrichello, Alguersuari, Rosberg and Maldonado were in the remaining point scoring positions.
Schumacher and Webber, who had contested second place before the safety car, resumed their fight as the race resumed on lap Barrichello was passed by Rosberg and Alguersuari before Massa, who had been in eleventh place, overtook both Williams cars for ninth.
Kobayashi lost fifth place to Petrov, and Maldonado retired by spinning off on the wet track at turn two.
Button passed Webber, after he again cut the chicane, and Schumacher on the same lap, and gained second place. On the same lap di Resta retired because of a puncture,  and Massa gained eighth position from Alguersuari.
The fastest lap of the race was set by Button on lap 69, setting a time of 1: Vettel led by 0. Button passed him to take the lead, and held it to win the race.
Petrov took fifth place, while Massa passed Kobayashi on the finish line for sixth place. Jenson Button , speaking during the post-race press conference.
The top three finishers appeared on the podium to collect their trophies, and in the subsequent press conference. Button felt the win was the best of his career so far, and stated that he had to fight hard to win the race: I got a drive-through for speeding behind the safety car and I had to fight my way through about three times.
Eventually, on the last lap I was chasing down Seb. He ran a little bit wide onto the wet part of the circuit and I was able to take the opportunity and take the win.
Nevertheless, he was happy with second place, as he had increased his championship lead. Martin Whitmarsh , McLaren's team principal, praised Button's win, believing that it was one of the finest performances in Formula One:.
I think it was one of the best wins in the history of F1, let alone his. There were punctures, he had to change the front wing, and from 21st I don't know how many times he had to overtake people.
He just drove fantastically well. He applied as much pressure as he had to get past and really did a fantastic job. This was 90 per cent him and 10 per cent the car.
He did a great, great, great job. The stewards did not impose a penalty on Button for his collisions with Hamilton and Alonso, having judged that no driver was to blame in either incident.
Michael Schumacher admitted to having mixed feelings after the race, having been in second position until the race's last laps.
The Mercedes driver stated: But even if it did not work out in the very end, we can be happy about the result and the big fight we put in.
Christian Horner is optimistic Max Verstappen's form is on the turn after returning to the podium in Canada, a race he attended alone. Lewis Hamilton accepts Mercedes have "fallen back" in recent races but retains absolute faith they can win the F1 title.
Sebastian Vettel has opened up on his passion for F1 and the importance of becoming champion with Ferrari in a Sky F1 exclusive.
Lewis Hamilton admits a "messy" qualifying put paid to his hopes of claiming a record-equalling seventh Canadian GP pole. Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari were surprised by Red Bull's decision to qualify for the Canadian GP on the fast but fragile hypersoft tyres.
Daniel Ricciardo believes that "headstrong" team-mate Max Verstappen will not be unduly affected by media focus on the Dutchman's form.