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Why Sebastian Vettel Leaving Red Bull for a New Team in 2015 Would Make Sense

Since the beginning of the 2009 season, Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing have grown to become one of the most formidable driver-team partnerships in the history of Formula One. The Milton Keynes-based outfit claimed their 50th grand prix win at last month's Belgian Grand Prix, with Vettel securing 38 of those winners' trophies. In 2010, the German became the youngest world champion in the sport's history and has since gone on to become the youngest two-, three- and four-time title winner for good measure. Vettel, according to The Telegraph's Simon Arron, broke Nigel Mansell's record for the most pole positions in a single season in 2011. And last year, of course, he broke the record for the most consecutive race wins with nine victorie...

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