On the bare face of it, if you were Mercedes, Ferrari or Red Bull you won't look back on any of the first eight races of this Formula 1 season and be overly concerned about the second coming of McLaren-Honda.
Even the significantly less well-funded squads of Williams and Force India, which have put a car on the podium in each of the past three grands prix, will not likely be glancing at the F1 constructors' championship table and quaking in their collective boots.
McLaren-Honda has been back together for 27 races. During that time it has scored precisely no wins, no podiums, and just 51 points. Fifty-one points is eight fewer than Force India has collected during the first eight races of 2016 alone.