'Progress' has been the watchword for McLaren-Honda this year. That's mainly because the reformed alliance has not had much else to get excited about in the early stages of this Formula 1 season.
There was much talk ahead of the campaign about aggressive "size zero" car design and engine innovation, which would return a team that hasn't won a constructors' title since before the turn of the millennium to the top of the F1 tree.
Of course, Rome wasn't built in a day, and nor is going from 'zero' to 'hero' in F1 the work of a moment. But expectations of McLaren-Honda are sky-high, both internally and externally.