The Canada 2010 Grand Prix had an unusual amount of tyre deg and unusual behaviour with the rubber.
It was the race deemed exciting enough to cause those in charge to use as a blueprint for the next era of tyres, with Pirelli winning the tender.
Monza 2020 throws up one of the most unpredictable race wins in the last decade. It essentially had a 'reverse grid' with the red flag.
Based on their previous for a knee-jerk reaction (that tyre 2010 example) reckon they'll justify a "reverse grid race" qualifying format based on today's race and the excitement and anticipation it created?
I personally don't think it's the right way to go, but I could believe it if they said that's their plan.