Aug.4 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton is in for a busy August after saying in Hungary he could do without the three-week summer break.
Sunday's chequered flag marked the end of a relentless stretch of eleven grands prix and tests in between.For most of August, the three-week break until Valencia and the test moratorium means much of the tired F1 world can pull away and recharge for the final seven-race sprint that will crown the 2008 champion.But championship leader Hamilton said: "I don't need a break."The Briton's comments did not go unnoticed by his boss, McLaren team principal Ron Dennis."I think Lewis has definitely set himself up for a more intense training programme for the next three weeks by saying that," he is quoted as saying by the Daily telegraph.Dennis has always been one of the staunchest supporters of the August break, which will not appear in the schedule in 2009."This break is essential for the mechanics and the rest of the people who travel with us," he added.