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Sebastian Vettel Leaving Red Bull at Wrong Time for Fresh Start in F1 Career

In this season of misery and underachievement for Sebastian Vettel, the announcement could only ever have come at the Japanese Grand Prix. The Suzuka circuit has held so much significance for both the German and his Red Bull Racing team during their rise to prominence in recent years, with the grid's most formidable driver-team combination scooping four pole positions and four wins in five seasons between 2009 and 2013. Each of those victories has either proved his world championship credentials or allowed him to place one hand on the trophy. And even on the one occasion when he didn't triumph at the track, in 2011, it didn't really matter—he just secured the crown, as so many before him have done at Suzuka, instead. This year, howev...

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