Formula One champions Red Bull Racing based at Milton Keynes will be honoured with Freedom of the Borough in a ceremony tonight.
A brewery in Norfolk is facing a battle over its name after the energy drink giant Red Bull said it was "confusingly similar" to its own.
F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel finishes second for Red Bull Racing of Milton Keynes, behind winner Jenson Button.
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.
Winning the Formula One title four times in a row puts the Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel in the sporting megastar category.
But behind every great driver there is a great team and today at the Red Bull factory in Milton Keynes, Sebastian Vettel dropped by to say thanks.
Click below to watch Olivia Paterson's report.
Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel and team principal Christian Horner have spoken of their pride after another title-winning season.
During the interview Vettel revealed he had "enormous respect" for his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber, but admitted they "didn't have the best relationship on a personal level".
Click below to watch the full interview at Red Bull Racing's Milton Keynes HQ.
F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel talks to David Coulthard at Red Bull Racing's HQ in Milton Keynes.
The media await the arrival of Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull Racing's headquarters in Milton Keynes.
The small Norwich beer-maker Redwell says it is hopeful of reaching agreement with the multi-national drinks company Red Bull in a dispute over its name.
Red Bull wrote to Redwell Brewing demanding a change in name because it was too similar and might confuse consumers.
The Norfolk brewery, which is named after a street in Norwich, has now confirmed that it is in talks with Red Bull and is hopeful of keeping its name.
Red Bull said in a statement: "Red Bull has long been willing to allow Redwell to maintain its mark for beer so long as they do not use it for energy drinks."
Red Bull have said they don't have a dispute with the Norfolk brewer Redwell over their name.
Redwell, based in Norwich, had been sent a letter from Red Bull saying their name could be confused with the energy drink's brand.
This afternoon a statement from Red Bull said: "There is no dispute here. Red Bull has long been willing to allow Redwell to maintain its mark for beer so long as they do not use it for energy drinks. Redwell's solicitor has agreed to this."
A Norfolk brewery under pressure from the energy drink giant Red Bull has said it would be a 'disaster' for their business if they had to change their name.
Redwell have been told by Red Bull that their name is "confusingly similar".