Jenson Button is optimistic about his chances of winning the Canadian GP for the second year on the trot - although hopefully not in such dramatic fashion.
Button completed a remarkable 34 passes - including overtaking then race leader Sebastian Vettel on the final lap - to claim victory in last year's rain-hit race. The moment is, of course, one that Button savours.
"Obviously, returning to Montreal will be an extremely proud and happy moment for me," said the Briton.
"My win there last year was one of those rare occasions when everything just came right - it's still hard to believe that I was running in last place past half-distance and yet still managed to come through and take victory on the final lap. The memories of that win will always be with me."
However, Button's chances of victory are slim if he can't improve his qualifying performance, with the former World Champ having qualified in 10th and 12th in the past two races.
"At the last two races, Q2 hasn't gone my way, so, no matter what pace you have in the race, you're still compromised on Sunday afternoon, particularly as the pack is so tightly bunched at the moment," he said.
"My aim for the weekend will be to have a stronger qualifying performance and to be able to build on that in the race."
While six drivers have stood on the top step of the podium this season, Lewis Hamilton is not one of them, and the McLaren man is determined to see that change in Canada.
"Even though everything hasn't gone right for us, I'm confident that myself and the team are doing everything we can to ensure we're in the best possible position to challenge for victory each and every weekend," said Hamilton.
"I know that the results we all want will soon come to us: I am doing everything I can to extract every tenth from the car, and I know that the guys at the track and the men and women back at MTC are doing everything they can to give me a car that's worthy of winning. We are still very much in the hunt for this world championship and I'm looking forward to bringing that fight to Montreal, which is one of my favourite races of the season."
The 27-year-old believes that the MP4-27 will be well-suited to the Gilles Villeneuve circuit.
"On paper, I think our car will be well-suited to the combination: we showed in Spain that we're very good in high-speed corners, but we were also quick in the final sector, which is slower and more technical," he said.
"Of course, it's still difficult to accurately predict the outcome, so I'll be focusing on another clean weekend where I can score more consistent world championship points."