Only two drivers in Formula 1 history have won more Grands Prix with Ferrari than Sebastian Vettel, with his own hero Michael Schumacher having a staggering 72, and Niki Lauda 15 – one more than Vettel himself.

    Though he is now leaving the team, the four time world champion has been the spearhead of Ferrari's title ambitions for the past six seasons, ever since he joined from Red Bull in 2015.

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    In that time there have been victories, controversies, rivalries and parties – as the man himself explains in the video above, when he sat down with F1's Lawrence Barretto to watch some of his key moments with the Scuderia.

    Find out his thoughts on his first win in red, what was going on when he drove into Lewis Hamilton in the Azerbajian Grand Prix, and when it was that he first "introduced the Italians to Jägermeister"...