Watch motorsport legends past and present on stage in some of the best moments from the 2013 AUTOSPORT Awards in association with Mercedes-Benz
SEBASTIAN VETTEL WINS INTERNATIONAL RACING DRIVER OF THE YEAR
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel thrilled the AUTOSPORT Awards audience with an unforgettably frank acceptance speech as he collected his fourth straight International Racing Driver trophy from Sir Stirling Moss.
MATT PARRY WINS THE 2013 MCLAREN AUTOSPORT BRDC AWARD
Every year the AUTOSPORT Awards evening is a career-changing night for one rising British racing star, and this time it was Formula Renault NEC champion Matt Parry who beat his five rivals to the McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award and a prize package including a McLaren Formula 1 test.
SEBASTIEN OGIER NAMED RALLY DRIVER OF THE YEAR
After dominating the World Rally Championship in the first year of Volkswagen's Polo R WRC programme, Sebastien Ogier also supplanted Sebastien Loeb as AUTOSPORT readers' choice for the rallying award.
RED BULL'S RB9 WINS RACING CAR OF THE YEAR
Adrian Newey, the design genius behind Formula 1's dominant team, steps up to collect his car's latest accolade from another F1 technical legend, his sometime Williams colleague Patrick Head.
JULES BIANCHI RECEIVES ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD FROM ALLAN McNISH
Marussia Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi was named AUTOSPORT Rookie of the Year at the AUTOSPORT Awards in association with Mercedes-Benz.
He was presented with his Award by three-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner and 2013 World Endurance champion Allan McNish.
McLAREN RECEIVES JOHN BOLSTER AWARD FROM EMERSON FITTIPALDI
McLaren earned a John Bolster Award at the AUTOSPORT Awards in recognition of its 50 years of technical excellence in motorsport.
The marque, which celebrated its half-centenary this year, was famously set up in founder Bruce McLaren's shed in 1963 but has since developed into Britain's most successful Formula 1 team.
Emerson Fittipaldi was on hand to present the award, which was accepted by McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale.
NIKI LAUDA RECEIVES A GREGOR GRANT AWARD FROM JOHN WATSON
Three-time Formula 1 world champion Niki Lauda was honoured for his lifetime achievements in motorsport at the 2013 AUTOSPORT Awards.
The Gregor Grant Award was presented by his former Brabham team-mate John Watson, and the pair treated the audience to some classic memories from 1970s F1.
JOHN SURTEES RECEIVES A GREGOR GRANT AWARD FROM DARIO FRANCHITTI
John Surtees' incredible accomplishments on two and four wheels were marked with a Gregor Grant Award for lifetime achievement.
But the man presenting his award received just as good a reception, as Dario Franchitti made his first public appearance since announcing he was having to retire from motor racing on medical grounds following his Houston IndyCar crash.