Jenson Button isn't putting his feet up during the Formula One August break.
The McLaren driver has been competing in a Triathlon event in Luton which he organised in aid of his charity.
He has also qualified to compete at next months Ironman World Championships in Las Vegas.
Button says this kind of training will help a great deal physically and mentally when the F1 season resumes in Belgium in two weeks time.
"We have the world championship every year which is massive for us. 20 races and its the pinnacle of motorsport so I wouldn't want to do anything else.
"I loved the Olympics. I think we put on a great show and everyone should be very proud of the event but also the support that the athletes had was amazing. We should also be very proud of the athletes.
"I think its good to have a hobby (running Triathlons). You have got to take your mind away from things for a little break and you come back a lot fresher.
"Its not easy to take your mind off Formula One as that's my life and it has been for many years but you need to go away, do your thing, do a lot of mental training which I have done and come back strong."