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First lap incidents would be an example where guys use a set of tyres for only a lap. They cop a puncture, come in for the harder compound and hope to stretch out for just one stop for another set of the primes. Webber at Suzuka might be an example from 2012, although I don't recall for sure that he went straight on to primes. Otherwise you'd only tend to really see it when someone feels like they've got nothing to lose by trying a whacky strategy. Maybe a poor performance or mech failure in quali put them down the field, then a 1st/2nd lap safety car gives them a chance to try something different.