Red Bull Racing's Formula 1 program has seen drivers consistently break the age barrier in terms of making their F1 debut, scoring points, winning a race and even a championship.
Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat stand out as the success stories of the program so far although many talented drivers have also been left by the wayside with youth and an ability to cope with a rapid learning curve being given preference.
The combined line up of Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso for the 2015 F1 season seems ample proof of this as 24-year-old Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne will officially leave what has come to be known as the 'Red Bull juniors team'.
Vergne's race seat at Toro Rosso has officially gone to 20-year-old Carlos Sainz Jr. - this year's Formula Renault 3.5 series champion and 2011 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC champion - who is the son of former two-time world Rally champion Carlos Sainz.
Sainz Jr. will partner Max Verstappen who was announced as a Toro Rosso driver for 2015 this August.
With 20-year-old Kvyat joining 25-year-old Daniel Ricciardo at the former F1 championship winning Red Bull Racing squad, the average age of the four drivers across the energy drinks giants two squads now stands at 20.5 years. By far the youngest line-up in F1 for the 2015 season.
VETTEL 'GIVES' SAINZ JR. A BREAK
While acknowledged as one of the most naturally fast drivers in the world and blessed with tremendous car control, the sudden promotion of Verstappen at Toro Rosso - who also took part in F1 Friday practice this year - was seen as the Spaniard being overlooked and Red Bull doing their best to secure the services of a driver who was being lured by other squads.
However, Vettel's sudden announcement of his Red Bull departure in order to join Ferrari allowed for Kvyat's promotion to the senior squad with a vacancy at Toro Rosso.
Sainz Jr. had a slightly 'messy' run to the F-Renault 3.5 title although his natural talent meant that Red Bull were unlikely to ever cut him from their program.