SEBASTIAN VETTEL is having a garage clear-out like no other after putting some of his multi-million pound supercar collection up for sale.
The four-time F1 champ has enlisted the help of supercar salesman Tom Hartley Jnr to flog the motors.
Vettel, who will race for Aston Martin in F1 this season after being dumped Ferrari has put up EIGHT cars for sale, including a bespoke LaFerrari.
Here they are in all their glory – coming in at just a shade under £5million in total.
2016 Ferrari LaFerrari – £1.5m
One careful owner from new. Vettel ordered this direct from Ferrari and he has looked after the 950hp sought-after motor.
It has been regularly serviced and has just 300 miles on the clock. Finished in Ferrari red, it has his own personal logo etched into the headrests.
It has a Nero roof, Alcantara upholstery with Rosso stitching throughout, 4-point safety harnesses, Ferrari telemetry, integrated audio system, track inner camera kit, suspension lifting system, red brake calipers, carbon fibre fog lamp, carbon fibre mirrors, carbon fibre lower part, anti-stone chipping film, sport exhaust pipes.
Forbes valued the car at £1.5million.
2004 Ferrari Enzo – £450k
One of only 400 ever made, this Ferrari has a screaming 651hp 6.0-litre V12 engine that can easily power the car to over 200mph.
Again, it is very low mileage for the year, just 1,100 miles have been driven in this beast.
The car also benefits from a fantastic service history from new and Ferrari ‘Red Book’ Classiche certification confirming it still retains its original chassis, body, engine and gearbox.
The usual going price of the car is in the region of half a million pounds.
1996 Ferrari F50 – £1.3m
This beauty was picked up by Vettel on his first season at Ferrari in 2015. He picked it up from a collector in Denmark.
It has a 4.7-litre V12 engine that draws on the power unit in the back Ferrari’s former F1 cars. It has a full service history and stands with 4,312 miles on the clock.
It comes complete with its flight case, hard top, roll hoops, tonneau cover, Ferrari ‘Red Book’ Classiche certification binder which confirms the car still retains its original chassis, body, engine and gearbox.
The car also retains its original handbooks including the very important service/warranty supplement, luggage bag, spare key, Ferrari car cover, battery conditioner and documented history file.
The retro F50 can cost millions depending on the rarity.
2016 Ferrari F12tdf – £725k
Yours for around £725,000, ironically Vettel helped to launch this model in 2015.
Finished in yellow triple layer paint it has large carbon fibre racing seats with the ‘Vettel’ logo and prancing horse embroidered on the headrests.
Extras include a coloured steering wheel, carbon fibre dashboard, yellow rev counter, passenger display, high power hi-fi system, radio navigation and Bluetooth, integrated audio system and personalisation plate.
The also include suspension lifting system, 20″ forged Diamond rims, yellow brake callipers, carbon fibre filter box, carbon fibre fog lamp, engine covers in carbon fibre and an engine cover.
The cover is signed by all the technicians who worked on the car through the production and there’s also titanium exhaust pipes, carbon fibre headlight buckets, plus a parking camera.
2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale – £350k
Maybe he is bitter about being shown the door by Ferrari, because this was the German’s order with the team.
He requested metallic black paint, a grey racing stripe. Again it has large carbon fibre racing seats with the ‘Vettel’ logo and prancing horse embroidered on the headrests.
A 4-point safety harnesses, Alcantara central tunnel, headliner in Alcantara, coloured steering wheel, yellow rev counter plus loads of carbon fibre add ons.
It has an asking price of £350,000.
2009 Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Black Series – £275k
An absolute thumper of an engine, this super car is powered by a twin-turbocharged V12 engine that is said to crank out 670hp.
This model has a carbon fibre roof.
Only 350 ‘Black Series’ were ever produced and this particular example was gifted to Vettel after his victory at the first ever Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix.
It is expected to sell for around £275,000.
2010 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG – £175k
Another sporty Merc with plenty of punch thanks to a 6.2litre V8 engine.
Painted in Magno Matte designo paint it has an AMG carbon ceramic braking system with yellow painted brake callipers and sports suspension.
Inside, exclusive Nappa leather, AMG interior carbon fibre package, AMG performance steering wheel, Bang & Olufsen stereo.
It will set you back £175,000.
2002 BMW Z8 Roadster – £175k
Modelled on the BMW 507 used by James Bonds in the film ‘The World Is Not Enough’, the Z8 took ten-times longer to produce than a contemporary BMW as it was primarily assembled by hand.
The most desired colour was Titan Silver metallic, of which only 1,895 examples were produced.
Originally a US model, Vettel had this car converted to European specifications when he bought it in 2015.
It has a £175,000 asking price.