You are a Formula 1 team principal faced with having to field a third car in 2015. Setting aside the financial and structural implications of doing so, what do you do in sporting terms?
Sign the best driver available would probably be the first reaction. There's merit in that approach, but given the already complex dynamic of two-car teams, the impact this has on the balance of a squad has to be taken into account.
As Lewis Hamilton quipped when asked how he felt about the possibility of a second team-mate to battle against within Mercedes during the Singapore Grand Prix weekend: "double trouble".