No more Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull from 2015, as the German announces his departure

Saturday the 4th of October will forever go down in history as the day Sebastian Vettel announced his departure from Red Bull.

Sebastian has been part of the Red Bull Racing team since 2009, securing 38 Grand Prix wins, 44 pole positions and 4 drivers championships. But after an unsuccessful year at the Milton Keynes outfit, he has called time on his Red Bull career.

Within a matter of time Red Bull had already announced their replacement for Seb, with Daniil Kyvat making the step up from Toro Rosso.

Kyvat only made his Formula One racing debut back in Australia this year, but after impressing the people who matter within Red Bull he has been given the chance to shine on the grand stage.

Next up in this saga is the expected announcement of Vettel signing for Ferrari. But that opens up a world of changes within Formula One. Where will Alonso be racing next year? Is a return to McLaren his best option? Will McLaren want Alonso back and throw out Jenson Button or Kevin Magnussen? Only time will tell but what an exciting future Formula One has.