Martin Whitmarsh reckons the F1 teams are now facing their toughest feat of the season with six grands prix in just eight weeks.
Next weekend Formula One heads to Korea, the final leg of the Championship, and without a doubt the most gruelling as Korea is just race one in a spate of three double-headers.
"This final leg of the World Championship - in which we'll race in six grands prix in just eight weeks - is an incredibly tough physical feat," Whitmarsh said.
"After 13 races, and with the prospect of many more weeks spent on the road and thousands of miles spent away from home, it's essential to remain fit, focused and dedicated in order to stave off the inevitable burnout...
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