Red Bull's switch to Honda engines for 2019 was considered a gamble, but the new partnership got off to a great start with Max Verstappen splitting the Ferraris in qualifying and then finishing on the podium in the Australian Grand Prix. Red Bull's pace prompted Mercedes boss Toto Wolff to declare it "will certainly become a threat" with Honda, and on their return from Melbourne, our F1 reporters Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell joined Glenn Freeman to discuss how good Honda's start to the season was, and where it goes from here.
|Program||F1 News and Features|
|Episode title||Why Mercedes now sees Honda as a threat|
|Date added||21 March 2019|
|Related racing series||Formula 1|