Mexican Sergio Perez believes he now has a 95 percent chance of staying in Formula One next season after being dropped by McLaren. Speaking to reporters ahead of the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos circuit on Thursday, Perez said his prospects of finding another drive for 2014 had improved in the last few days. The other five, everything can change in Formula One but I am feeling confident I will be here next year," said the 23-year-old, who moved to McLaren from Sauber at the end of 2012. "All I can say is that my future is looking in a better position than it was looking a couple of days ago." McLaren told Perez shortly before last weekend's U.S. Grand Prix in Austin that he was being replaced next season by 21-year-old Danish rookie Kevin Magnussen. Click here to read full news..