Had the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix played out differently, and had polesitter Lance Stroll defied his critics with a brilliant maiden F1 victory, this writer would have been marginally disappointed if Autosport magazine's headline had neglected to opt for "A Stroll in the Park". Unfortunately, we never got the chance to debate that.
Stroll, having claimed a first pole for a Canadian driver since Jacques Villeneuve at the 1997 European Grand Prix, led almost the entirety of the race's first two-thirds of runtime.
Then, as the Turkish GP swung into a tyre purgatory, he stood ahead of a three-pronged fork in the road. He could either stay out on his worn-down intermediate tyres, pit for fresh inters, or take the mother of all gambles and bolt on a set of slick tyres.