Sebastian Vettel has visited Red Bull's factory in Milton Keynes to say goodbye to the team following his move to Ferrari.

Having officially left Red Bull on Friday, Vettel spent the weekend at Maranello getting to know his new team and testing a two-year-old car at Ferrari's Fiorano track. However, on Tuesday he was back at Red Bull to thank the team, with team principal Christian Horner giving him a number of gifts - including an espresso cup, some very tight red Speedos and a pair of sunglasses - and revealed that Vettel would receive one of his world championship winning cars.

However, Horner added that Vettel would have to wait a while for the car, because "we don't want it turning up in Maranello."

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Following speeches from Horner and Adrian Newey, Vettel said: "You're not making this any easier.

"The last six years have been incredible. What we've achieved, the work that's gone in. So much passion, so much dedication. It will always stay in my heart. Big, big thank you to everyone. In the end we had the better car because we were the better team. Thank you really doesn't really describe enough what I feel.

"There's a lot of happy memories from this place that I'm holding onto. It's been a great journey and I've very grateful for what all of you did for me."

Chief technical officer Newey paid tribute to Vettel having designed the cars that led him to all four of his world championships.

"Whenever Sebastian's been in the car he's been carrying all of our hopes, our ambitions," Newey said. "But we've always known that he's putting everything of himself into it as well. It's been a real privilege."