After winning at Monza last year, Sebastian Vettel's former school changed its name to honour the young German. Now, the 21-year-old's arrival at his home grand prix at the Nurburgring next month as a three time race winner, most recently in dominant style at Silverstone, will reveal a similar tribute.

According to German reports, the Nurburgring is offering spectators a 'Sebastian Vettel' GP package, including a weekend pass to sit in the newly-renamed Sebastian Vettel grandstand - formerly known simply as T6.

"That is a big honor," Vettel, who won with his Formula BMW and F3 cars at the circuit in 2004, told the Cologne newspaper Express.

You may recall that seven-times F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher was given a similar honor back in 2007 when one of the actual corners of the Nurburgring circuit was named after him.