In breaking news, Red Bull Racing have announced that Max Verstappen will take Daniil Kvyats' seat along side Daniel Ricciardo for the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix, while Kvyat will be demoted to Verstappens' Toro Rosso seat. The announcement came via the teams' website, stating, "Max Verstappen will be joining the team to drive alongside Daniel Ricciardo. Daniil Kvyat will continue to drive for Red Bull and will re-join sister team Scuderia Toro Rosso." Christian Horner, Team Principle of Red Bull Racing also chimed in with, "Max has proven to be an outstanding young talent. His performance at Toro Rosso has been impressive so far and we are pleased to give him the opportunity to drive for Red Bull Racing. We are in the unique position to have all four drivers across Red Bull Racing and Toro Rosso under long term contracts with Red Bull, so we have the flexibility to move them between the two teams. "Dany will be able to continue his development at Toro Rosso, in a team that he is familiar with, giving him the chance to regain his form and show his potential." It is believed that this seat swap will only be for the Spanish GP, with Kvyat resuming his normal duties at Red Bull in the following rounds, however this is yet to be confirmed. This move does however give a great chance for Max Verstappen to improve his already stunning résumé, with some seat time in a truly top-tier team for a full weekend. The move comes after a controversial home Grand Prix for the Russian driver, where he collided with Sebastian Vettel twice, resulting in the the ending of the Vettel's race along with a profanity-laced outburst, and ruining not only his own race but his team mate Ricciardo's too which significantly disadvantaged the team after promising signs in qualifying and race pace on a track that didn't suit the car. The incident was discussed after the race behind closed doors and some stern words were obviously given to the young Russian. Update 1: Reports are now surfacing that this will indeed be a permanent fixture for the rest of the season and Kvyat will remain with Toro Rosso for the rest of the 2016 season, with Verstappen remaining in a Red Bull seat. Are you happy about this move from Red Bull? Should the seat-swap be permanent for the rest of the season?