Vettel and the Scuderia have decided there will not be a seventh season beyond the end of this year, agreeing to part company.
Here, GPFans goes through Vettel's numbers from his time to date with Ferrari.
0 - number of titles won
It might seem harsh but it is the truth as Vettel joined the team for one reason, and one reason only, and that was to add to the four championships he won with Red Bull. That dream has failed to materialise for Vettel. He has one last shot this year.
2 - number of times runner-up
Vettel pushed Lewis Hamilton hard in 2017 and certainly had the upper hand over the first half of 2018 but on both occasions had to settle for second best. He finished 46 points adrift in '17 and 88 shy in '18.
12 - number of pole positions
Without doubt not a number as high as he would have liked, and arguably pointing to Ferrari's Achilles heel - qualifying pace - over the past five years compared to Mercedes.
14 - number of grands prix wins
As team principal Mattia Binotto pointed out, this number makes Vettel the third most successful driver for the team behind Michael Schumacher and Niki Lauda. He has a chance to surpass the latter this year as the late three-time champion won 15 times.
40 - number of additional podiums
Standing on the podium 54 times overall in 102 grands prix is a pretty impressive record. Vettel has so far finished runner-up in a grand prix on 21 occasions and third 19 times.
1,367 - number of points
No driver has won more points for the Scuderia, although this number is obviously skewed in comparison to others given the points system that has been in place for several years now.
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