I would say to those going for Button,
Yes, he made a blinding start, making up six places. but the start is always the best opportunity for making such big gains. The tyre stop strategy that gained him his further places was superb but it was a pre-planned team effort, including a lighter fuel load; not just Jenson's driving alone. And taking the weekend as a whole, you can't ignore his poor qualifying and practice performances.
If I could I would vote for joint winners.
I have before described Mark Webber as a 'nearly man', and overly aggressive to the point of being dangerous. But after such a recovery from that awful accident of two weeks ago to such a dominant and determined win yesterday, coupled with his attitude in the face of his team's clear bias towards his teammate, my opinion of him as a man and as a driver has gone up enormously.
But I have to give the vote (just) to Lewis Hamilton, for dragging an underperforming car around practice and qualifying to get 4th place on the grid, passing two very talented and aggressive racers in the first couple of corners and then sticking close to Webber (albeit never really challenging him) in a far faster machine to take second place, the two of them well ahead of anyone else even after the safety car.