Sergio Perez will aim to end his time with McLaren on a high this weekend when the curtain comes down on the 2013 F1 season.

The Mexican will move on to pastures new for 2014 having been replaced by Kevin Magnussen, with the former Sauber driver now evaluating his options after just a single season with the Woking-based team.

Perez took seventh place in the USA last weekend in the first of two 'home' races and will now seek to impress potential suitors with a strong run on his final appearance in McLaren colours.

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Force India and Sauber have been mentioned a possible options for the youngster for 2014.

"My final race for Vodafone McLaren Mercedes will be the second successive race in the Americas, so it'll be another weekend in front of my fans from Mexico and Latin America, and also another opportunity for me to show my abilities before the winter break," he said. "I love Interlagos because it's such a racer's circuit - you attack the whole lap. The first corner is a fantastic place for overtaking, and you can pretty much race side-by-side with someone all the way down into turn six, which is incredible.

"The infield section is tricky, because it has a range of elevations and cambers, but it's a fantastic feeling when you get it right. Finally, Juncao is a tough little corner, because you're often outbraking yourself on entry, simply because you want to maximise your speed through the corner in order to maintain speed along the long, top straight.

"Every lap is a challenge and, when you're racing, an absolute thrill. I love it around here and I'll be giving it everything to make sure I finish the season in style."