F1 » Hamilton admits he is in danger of 'burnout'


If he continues to fulfil his sponsorship commitments as they are at present, troubled former F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton warns his employer McLaren-Mercedes that he is in real danger of burnout...

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blzbub

July 13, 2011 3:07 PM

Five years for 75 million, perhaps he should have aimed at a few titles before the big pay check. Right now i think some time out of the public spotlight wont necessarily be what his manager wants, but will probably be the best thing for him, so he can focus 'soley' on maximising the car he lines up on the grid with, its tough at the top

JOHN - Unregistered

July 13, 2011 3:11 PM

$/£75m for 5 years 'work' and a tax exile in Switzerland....You should be thanking your lucky stars Lewis, not whinging. Most of us would give our right arm for it...

devilsadvocate - Unregistered

July 13, 2011 3:32 PM

Yes exactly, "give me more time to go and hang out with all my new Hollywood superstar friends that will definitely get my head in the right place".... Can't wait to hear his retraction for this one.

Smokin' - Unregistered

July 13, 2011 3:56 PM

Well, I like the idea of drivers speaking their mind ala Webber, but could Hamilton please stop blaming everyone but himself. I would suggest his change of 'management' has done him any favours. Or perhaps its the Pussy Cat piece that he cannot keep up with!

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