Some might say Sebastian Vettel has done it all. He's channeled his inner Bruce Lee, had a special Infiniti FX version built after him, and dominated the Formula 1 circuit. Now, he's heading to late-night television and set to appear on Letterman next Monday night.

The appearance on the Late Show has been confirmed by Vettel's spokesman for the Red Bull team. Vettel will be racing in the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal the day before walking onto Letterman's stage.

Vettel is the youngest Formula 1 champion ever by winning the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix back in November of 2010. He's also the youngest driver ever to score a point in F1, to qualify on pole, and to win a race.

Some have called his maturity and tactics into question, but there's no question when it comes to his raw talent. The ability to harness speed and control around the track has paid off for Vettel in many races and helped him become the only German F1 world champion ever, aside from Michael Schumacher.

Be sure to tune in Monday night, and tell us in comments below how you think he'll handle the crowd.