Yeah great, you gave your verdict after your reply to me.
I'm interested in how you're accounting for the grid penalty because I haven't see you mention it.
The grid penalty has to be taken into account, and I did do that despite not mentioning it. Either way, the only way I could see this as a draw is if Lewis managed to finish with the actual gap to Button on merit. Then there would have been nothing between them. As it was, Button was on for a much much faster race time had that pit stop gone right. And I'm talking about a 20 second gap between Button and Hamilton at the finish line.
Also, if I visualize the race with Hamilton starting from P2, I don't think the race would've gone much differently, Lewis was struggling more with tyre management and ultimately that costed him time on crucial moments. Button could make this slight difference, meaning he theoretically could have had clear air in the last stint. He worked to get that, while Lewis never really made the difference to get in that position. It was really close between them, but that's because it was close with like 10 other cars as well.