The benefits of having a Formula One racing team based in your town will be highlighted at a special ceremony in Milton Keynes.
The Red Bull Racing Formula One team plays a vital role to the town.
As well as pumping millions into the local economy, it employs more than 500 people and attracts new investment to the town.
Later tonight the team which is based in Tilbrook will be awarded the Freedom of the Borough.
Click below to watch Russell Hookey's report.
The Mayor of Milton Keynes said the town wants to "recognise" the achievements of Red Bull Racing.
Brian White made the comments ahead of a special ceremony tonight, honouring Red Bull Racing with the Freedom of the Borough.
Mr White, Mayor of Milton Keynes, said: "We've always had a long history of motor sport in Milton Keynes, but Red Bull have been particularly successful over the last few years and we want to recognise that."
Click below to hear the mayor's comments.
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Reigning Formula One world champions Red Bull will recieve yet another honour later tonight.
The team, which is based in Milton Keynes, will receive the Freedom of the town at a special ceremony tonight.
The prestigious award marks the tremendous success of the four time world champions.
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Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has branded plans to award double points at the final race of the 2014 season as "absurd".
Vettel who drives for the Red Bull Racing Team based in Milton Keynes said the idea would punish those who have worked hard for a whole season.
Under the proposals, the winner of next season's final race in Abu Dhabi would earn 50 points instead of the standard 25.
Northamptonshire-based Formula One team Mercedes have announced that Team Principal Ross Brawn is to step down.
As we reported last month, speculation had been mounting that Brawn was considering his position and it's now been revealed that he will leave at the end of the year.
Executive directors Toto Wolff and Paddy Lowe will now lead the team heading into the 2014 season, with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg confirmed as the team's drivers.
Speaking to the team's official website, Brawn said that the time was right to call time on his association with Mercedes:
"The most important consideration in my decision to step down from the role as Team Principal was to ensure that the timing was right for the team in order to ensure its future success.
"The succession planning process that we have implemented during this year means we are now ready to conduct the transition from my current responsibilities to a new leadership team composed of Toto (Wolff) and Paddy (Lowe).
“Mercedes-Benz has invested significantly in both the personnel and infrastructure at Brackley and Brixworth.
"Thanks to the one-team approach we have implemented between the two facilities, the team is uniquely positioned to succeed in 2014 and I am proud to have helped lay the foundations for that success."
As the dust settles on another season of Formula One, our region can once again boast dominance when it comes to building the fastest cars in the sport.
After another good showing in Brazil at the weekend, Northamptonshire-based Mercedes finished second in this year's Constructors' Championship.
But the team out in front is undoubtedly Red Bull Racing, with four constructors' championships in a row, and the same number of drivers' championships for Sebastian Vettel.
Jim Rice has been to Red Bull's headquarters in Milton Keynes to meet Team Principal Christian Horner.
Click below to see Jim's full chat with Christian Horner
The Mercedes F1 team, based at Brackley in Northamptonshire, has refused to comment on speculation that Ross Brawn will step down from his position as team principal at the end of the season.
Brawn's had huge success in Formula One, winning the constructors and drivers Championships with his own team, Brawn GP in 2009.
The team was later bought out by Mercedes, but Brawn remained as team principal.
His future with Mercedes has been in doubt since the arrival of Paddy Lowe from Mclaren.
Mercedes F1 Technical Chief Paddy Lowe says Lewis Hamilton's Hungarian Grand Prix win could be the start of a successful second half of the season.
Lowe joined the Brackley-based team from McLaren and believes that the team are making real progress in developing the car.
Lowe, 51, says understanding the Pirelli tyres has been key.
"There have been one or two problems which needed to be understood, particularly around race pace, but we're clearly making progress.
"We've tried things. The team is very strong and has done a great job to understand the problems and adapt with a moving target because the tyres have kept changing."
"Hopefully we'll have some stability now, and that is what is very promising for the races to come."