Lewis Hamilton was the awarded the British Racing Drivers' Club's Gold Star during an awards ceremony held at The Grand Connaught Rooms in London.
The former world champion, who has now won the award on four occasions, had a fine season with new team Mercedes, winning the Hungarian Grand Prix and finishing on the podium four times as he finished his first season with the Brackley outfit in fourth position in the Drivers' Championship.
Several members of Britain's motor racing fraternity attended the event, including Sir Stirling Moss OBE, Christian Horner OBE, John Surtees OBE and Ross Brawn OBE.
Other winners on the night included Red Bull chief designer Adrian Newey, who won the BRDC...
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