McLaren-Honda have today announced that Jenson Button will remain in the drivers seat for the 2016 season. Much speculation has been made of the Britons future after rumours began to circulate that Button would be leaving Formula One for good at the end of this season. However, as ever in Formula One, things change incredibly rapidly and now Button will be fulfilling his two year contract until the end of 2016. Ron Dennis, CEO of McLaren Technology Group: "Jenson and I have been discussing his plans in private for the past few weeks, and the fact that our talks have led to today’s announcement is very pleasing to both of us and will delight and motivate all at McLaren-Honda." and that, " I am extremely pleased. Jenson is the most experienced driver currently racing in Formula 1, and next season he is due to become only the third driver [after Rubens Barrichello and Michael Schumacher] in Formula 1 history to pass the milestone of 300 Grands Prix." Jenson himself has also released a statement saying: "Over the past month or so I have done quite a lot of thinking, and it is no secret that I was at one point in two minds about my future. "But I have been a McLaren driver for six seasons now, and in that time I have got to know Ron very well. He and I have had some very good chats these past few weeks, and during those chats it has become clear to me that Ron is both utterly determined and uniquely equipped to lead our team through its current difficulties to great successes in the future. That gives me great confidence, and it is for that reason that, together, he and I have decided to continue our partnership; and, as soon as I had made that decision, straight away I realised it was the correct one. "Okay, granted, this year has not been an easy one for us, but we know what we need to do to improve things and, in collaboration with Honda, we will work extremely hard over the next weeks and months in order to make sure that 2016 will be a much better season than 2015 has been. "I can’t wait!" Button has performed at a far higher level this season than many pundits predicted, and has largely been a match for his Spanish Bull Fighter of a teammate: Fernando Alonso. There's no doubt that Jenson Button has well and truly earned and deserves this seat, but with so much young talent currently unable to find a seat in Formula One, do you feel this was the right decision?