2012 Winners

Newly crowned Formula 1 triple world champion Sebastian Vettel, his Red Bull RB8 and McLaren's Jenson Button led the honours at the 2012 AUTOSPORT Awards, motorsport's most prestigious end-of-season gala event at London's Grosvenor House Hotel.

Vettel, who became the youngest triple champion in F1 history, added another trophy to his 2012 haul by winning the International Racing Driver of the Year Award, as voted for by readers of AUTOSPORT.

British Club Driver of the Year

Scott Malvern

Scott Malvern has been named British Club Driver of the Year at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1982 Martin Bolsover • 1983 Martin Bolsover • 1984 Rod Birley • 1985 Chris Cramer • 1986 Paul Warwick • 1987 Eddie Irvine • 1988 Allan McNish • 1989 David Coulthard • 1990 Warren Hughes • 1991 Kelvin Burt • 1992 Oliver Gavin • 1993 Dario Franchitti • 1994 James Matthews • 1995 Guy Smith • 1996 Peter Dumbreck • 1997 Doug Bell • 1998 Richard Lyons • 1999 Andy Priaulx • 2000 Michael Caine • 2001 Mike Jordan • 2002 Danny Watts • 2003 Lewis Hamilton • 2004 James Pickford • 2005 Andrew Kirkaldy • 2006 Sam Bird • 2007 Duncan Tappy • 2008 A Christodoulou • 2009 Sarah Moore • 2010 Tom Blomqvist • 2011 Alex Lynn • 2012 Scott Malvern

National Driver of the Year

Gordon Shedden

Gordon Shedden has been named National Driver of the Year at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1982 T Byrne/ M Patrick • 1983 M Brundle/ D Weidner • 1984 J Dumfries/D Llewellin • 1985 A Rouse/M Lovell • 1986 A Wallace/K Wood • 1987 J Herbert/L Aitken-Walker • 1988 JJ Lehto/M Wilson • 1989 A McNish/ D Llewellin • 1990 R Gravett/ D Llewellin • 1991 D Coulthard/C McRae • 1992 T Harvey/C McRae • 1993 K Burt/R Burns • 1994 G Tarquini/M Wilson • 1995 J Cleland/A McRae • 1996 F Biela/G Evans • 1997 A Menu/M Higgins • 1998 R Rydell/M Rowe • 1999 L Aiello/T Laukkanen • 2000 A Pizzonia/M Higgins • 2001 T Sato/J Dale • 2002 R Kerr/J Dale • 2003 N Piquet Jr/M Rowe • 2004 J Thompson/G Wilks • 2005 M Neal/M Higgins • 2006 M Conway/M Higgins • 2007 J Plato/M Higgins • 2008 Oliver Turvey • 2009 Colin Turkington • 2010 Jason Plato • 2011 Matt Neal • 2012 Gordon Shedden

Pioneering & Innovation in association with TATA Communications

FIA Medical Team

The FIA Medical Team has won the Pioneering and Innovation Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

Nissan DeltaWing

Nissan DeltaWing has won the Pioneering and Innovation Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1985 David Gould • 2004 SAFER barrier • 2005 GP2 Series • 2006 Audi R10 TDI • 2007 HANS device • 2008 Singapore Grand Prix • 2009 F1 in Schools • 2010 McLaren F-duct • 2011 "Senna" 2012 FIA Medical Team & Nissan DeltaWing

John Bolster Award

Peter Sauber

Peter Sauber has been honoured with a John Bolster Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards. Read more

Bob Dance

Bob Dance has been honoured with a John Bolster Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards. Read more

1985 David Gould • 1986 Paul Squires & Phil Kidsley 1987 Karl Schollar • 1988 George Bewley • 1989 Ray Rowan • 1990 Harvey Postlethwaite • 1991 Ross Brawn • 1992 Patrick Head • 1993 McLaren International • 1994 Mercedes-Benz • 1995 McLaren International • 1996 Renault Sport • 1997 ThrustSSC • 1998 Ken Tyrrell • 1999 Don Panoz & Jackie Stewart • 2000 Audi • 2001 Roger Penske • 2002 Ross Brawn • 2003 Ralph Firman Sr. • 2004 Honda • 2005 Pat Symonds & John Force • 2006 Michelin • 2007 Patrick Head • 2008 Carl Haas • 2009 Adrian Newey • 2010 Bridgestone & Chip Ganassi • 2011 Giam Paolo Dallara • 2012 Peter Sauber & Bob Dance

Rally Car of the Year

Citroen DS3 WRC

The Citroen DS3 WRC has been named Rally Car of the Year at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1982 Audi Quattro • 1983 Audi Quattro • 1984 Peugeot 205 T16 • 1985 MG Metro 6R4 • 1986 Peugeot 205 T16 • 1987 Lancia Delta HF Turbo • 1988 Lancia Delta HF Integrale • 1989 Lancia Delta HF Integrale • 1990 Toyota Celica GT-Four • 1991 Lancia Delta HF Integrale • 1992 Subaru Legacy RS • 1993 Ford Escort RS Cosworth • 1994 Subaru Impreza 555 • 1995 Subaru Impreza 555 • 1996 Subaru Impreza 555 • 1997 Subaru Impreza WRC • 1998 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V • 1999 Toyota Corolla WRC • 2000 Ford Focus WRC • 2001 Ford Focus WRC • 2002 Peugeot 206 WRC • 2003 Citroen Xsara WRC • 2004 Citroen Xsara WRC • 2005 Citroen Xsara WRC • 2006 Ford Focus WRC • 2007 Ford Focus WRC • 2008 Citroen C4 WRC • 2009 Citroen C4 WRC • 2010 Citroen C4 WRC • 2011 Mini • 2012 Citroen DS3 WRC

International Rally Driver of the Year

Sebatsien Loeb

Sebastien Loeb has been named Rally Driver of the Year at the AUTOSPORT Awards after claiming a record eighth consecutive World Rally Championship title in 2011. Read more

1982 Michele Mouton • 1983 Stig Blomqvist • 1984 Ari Vatanen • 1985 Timo Salonen • 1986 Juha Kankkunen • 1987 Juha Kankkunen • 1988 Markku Alen • 1989 Massimo Biasion • 1990 Carlos Sainz • 1991 Carlos Sainz • 1992 Didier Auriol • 1993 Juha Kankkunen • 1994 Colin McRae • 1995 Colin McRae • 1996 Tommi Makinen • 1997 Tommi Makinen/Colin McRae • 1998 Tommi Makinen • 1999 Tommi Makinen • 2000 Richard Burns • 2001 Richard Burns • 2002 Marcus Gronholm • 2003 Petter Solberg • 2004 Sebastien Loeb • 2005 Sebastien Loeb • 2006 Sebastien Loeb • 2007 Marcus Gronholm • 2008 Sebastien Loeb • 2009 Mikko Hirvonen • 2010 Sebastien Loeb • 2011 Sebastien Loeb • 2012 Sebastien Loeb

Gregor Grant Award

Sebastien Loeb

Sebastien Loeb has been presented with a Gregor Grant Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards. Read more

Jimmy McRae

Jimmy McRae has been presented with a Gregor Grant Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards. Read more

1989 John Webb • 1990 Mario Andretti & Stuart Turner • 1991 Eric Broadley & Mazda • 1992 Bobby Rahal • 1993 Murray Walker & Colin McRae • 1994 Alain Prost • 1995 Leo Mehl & Emerson Fittipaldi • 1996 Dale Earnhardt & Jabby Crombac • 1997 Johnny Mowlem • 1998 Lord March, Klaus Ludwig & Alex Zanardi • 1999 Professor Sid Watkins • 2000 Hannu Mikkola • 2001 Sir Frank Williams & Juan Pablo Montoya • 2002 Juan Pablo Montoya & Tom Wheatcroft • 2003 Alex Zanardi, Fernando Alonso & Scuderia Ferrari • 2004 Carlos Sainz • 2005 Bernie Ecclestone & Tom Kristensen • 2006 Andy Priaulx, Sir Jack Brabham & James Winslow • 2007 Dario Franchitti & Fabrizio Giovanardi • 2008 Stirling Moss & Ari Vatanen • 2009 Enzo Ferrari & Ron Dennis • 2010 Rubens Barrichello & Sir Jackie Stewart • 2011 Dan Wheldon & Damon Hill • 2012 Sebastien Loeb & Jimmy McRae

Rookie of the Year

Matheo Tuscher

Matheo Tuscher has been named as the AUTOSPORT.com Rookie of the Year at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

2000 Jenson Button • 2001 Juan Pablo Montoya • 2002 Mark Webber • 2003 Dan Wheldon • 2004 A. J. Allmendinger • 2005 Tiago Monteiro • 2006 Lewis Hamilton • 2007 Lewis Hamilton • 2008 Sebastian Vettel • 2009 Kris Meeke • 2010 Kamui Kobayashi • 2011 Paul di Resta • 2012 Matheo Tuscher

British Competition Driver of the Year

Jenson Button

Jenson Button has been named as the British Competition Driver of the Year at the 2012 AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1982 John Watson • 1983 Jonathan Palmer • 1984 Derek Bell • 1985 Nigel Mansell • 1986 Nigel Mansell • 1987 Jonathan Palmer • 1988 Martin Brundle • 1989 Nigel Mansell • 1990 Martin Brundle • 1991 Nigel Mansell • 1992 Derek Warwick • 1993 Damon Hill • 1994 David Coulthard • 1995 Damon Hill • 1996 Damon Hill • 1997 Mark Blundell • 1998 Dario Franchitti • 1999 Eddie Irvine • 2000 David Coulthard • 2001 David Coulthard • 2002 David Coulthard • 2003 Jenson Button • 2004 Andy Priaulx • 2005 Dan Wheldon • 2006 Jenson Button • 2007 Lewis Hamilton • 2008 Allan McNish • 2009 Jenson Button • 2010 Dario Franchitti • 2011 Jenson Button • 2012 Jenson Button

Racing Car of the Year

Red Bull RB8

The Red Bull RB8 has been named as Racing Car of the Year at the 2012 AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1982 Porsche 956 • 1983 Brabham BT52 • 1984 McLaren MP4/2 • 1985 Williams FW10B • 1986 Williams FW11 • 1987 Jaguar XJR8 • 1988 McLaren MP4-4 • 1989 Sauber C9/88 • 1990 Tyrrell 019 • 1991 Jordan 191 • 1992 Williams FW14B • 1993 Williams FW15C • 1994 Benetton B194 • 1995 Williams FW17 • 1996 Williams FW18 • 1997 Williams FW19 • 1998 McLaren MP4-13 • 1999 McLaren MP4-14 • 2000 Ferrari F1-2000 • 2001 Ferrari F1-2001 • 2002 Ferrari F2002 • 2003 Bentley Speed 8 • 2004 Ferrari F2004 • 2005 McLaren MP4-20 • 2006 Renault R26 • 2007 McLaren MP4-22 • 2008 McLaren MP4-23 • 2009 Brawn BGP 001 • 2010 Red Bull RB6 • 2011 Reb Bull RB7 • 2012 Reb Bull RB8

International Racing Driver of the Year

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel has been named International Racing Driver of the Year for the third consecutive year at the AUTOSPORT Awards in London. Read more

1982 Keke Rosberg • 1983 Nelson Piquet • 1984 Niki Lauda • 1985 Alain Prost • 1986 Nigel Mansell • 1987 Nigel Mansell • 1988 Ayrton Senna • 1989 Jean Alesi • 1990 Ayrton Senna • 1991 Ayrton Senna • 1992 Nigel Mansell • 1993 Nigel Mansell • 1994 Damon Hill • 1995 Michael Schumacher • 1996 Damon Hill • 1997 Jacques Villeneuve • 1998 Mika Hakkinen • 1999 Mika Hakkinen • 2000 Michael Schumacher • 2001 Michael Schumacher • 2002 Michael Schumacher • 2003 Juan Pablo Montoya • 2004 Jenson Button • 2005 Kimi Raikkonen • 2006 Fernando Alonso • 2007 Lewis Hamilton • 2008 Lewis Hamilton • 2009 Jenson Button • 2010 Sebastian Vettel • 2011 Sebastian Vettel • 2012 Sebastian Vettel

AUTOSPORT Awards 2014 - Sunday 7 December. Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London W1.