New Delhi: McLaren's Lewis Hamilton has put his foot down against participating in promotional activities to concentrate on upcoming races. This includes the canning of a 24-hour round trip to India.
According to a report in The Mirror, Hamilton had a packed itinerary following the British Grand Prix but the Briton has refused citing time required to recollect himself ahead of the
The 2008 champion had earlier said that he feared a burn-out due to intensive work-load and has now put his off-track commitments on hold, in preparation of the German Grand Prix on July 24. "I was supposed to be working Monday and Tuesday and I said: ‘No way’. I have been in England for a week and quite busy here," he was quoted as saying by the daily. "Then I was supposed to be flying to India – in and out in a day – on Wednesday. Fortunately, that was cancelled. That’s good because I get to be in one place for a period of time to do some training."