London: Former world champion Jenson Button is reportedly considering a switch to the famous Le Mans-style World Endurance Championship when he announces his retirement from Formula One.
Earlier, Button had declared that he would quit F1 if he doesn't continue with his current team McLaren.
According to the Mirror, Button hinted that he might draw curtains on his glittering F1 career in the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend.
The 35-year-old further opined that the joy of being in an F1 car is all about fighting at the front and the possibility of standing on top of the podium.
However, he said that he was not receiving either of them given their woeful Honda engine.
Button is the Britain's longest-serving F1 racer, who has achieved 15 wins in 278 races.