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2016-08-26 10:56

FORMER F1 CHAMPION: Jenson Button has broken the silence on his Formula 1 future at McLaren-Honda. Image: AP / Toru Takahashi

London - McLaren driver Jenson Button says his plans beyond 2016 will be known "soon".

It is strongly rumoured that McLaren-Honda will end its seven-year relationship with the 2009 world champion by replacing him with Stoffel Vandoorne.

Button, 36, has subsequently been linked with a return to Williams.

Button told reporters: "I am almost there with my thought process and you will hear about it soon. 

"It will be soon enough. But I'll tell you this: I will probably be back at Spa in 2017."

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