McLaren could oust Jenson Button at the end of 2014 and replace him with the team's next young development driver talent.
That is the admission of returned McLaren supremo Ron Dennis, who told F1's official website that it was mainly his decision to axe Sergio Perez after a single season and replace him with in-house rookie Kevin Magnussen.
Dane Magnussen, 21, has subsequently been hailed by Dennis as having "all the ingredients necessary" to follow in Button's footsteps and win a title.
"The decision to take Kevin (in 2014) was mine," said Dennis.
"I took the decision because I felt that we needed to see if he could meet the expectations of our engineers, and so...
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