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Did the Australian GP flatter Honda's progress?

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Did the Australian GP flatter Honda's progress?
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Mar 26, 2019, 11:33 AM

Honda got its first podium since returning to Formula 1. But did the Australian Grand Prix's layout flatter it? Our technical expert answers this and a host of other questions

Honda got its first podium finish in a long time in Australia. Do you think Honda has really made that much progress or did the track make it look better than it was?
Jan Muller, via email

I'm pretty sure Honda has made some progress over the winter but I don't think it's up there with Mercedes or Ferrari just yet.

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