F1 winner gets corner hour aged 22
29 June 2009

Formula One winner Sebastian Vettel will have a corner named after him at the Nurburgring.

The three-time race winner, who won the British Grand Prix for Red Bull, will have the previously unnamed sixth turn of the modern Nurburgring circuit named after him.

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The German media reports suggest the Nurburgring is also hoping to cash in on the young German's popularity by 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 honour," said Vettel.

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