Gordon Shedden added the Autosport Award for National Driver of the Year to his 2015 British Touring Car Championship success.
The 36-year-old Scot repeated his 2012 BTCC title triumph this season in another nailbiting final-round showdown, pipping rival Jason Plato amid high drama in the Brands Hatch decider.
The result was also achieved in the first season of racing for Honda factory team Dynamics' new Civic Type-R.
Shedden received his award from Williams Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa.
"The one thing that the BTCC always delivers is excitement," Shedden said.
"To take the title fight to the last race, it was incredible.
"The emotions had been up and down, but to come through in the last race was fantastic."
Three BTCC title protagonists were in the hunt for the National Driver honour, with Plato and Matt Neal also nominated.
They were up against British GT champion Jonny Adam and key rival Alexander Sims, plus Formula 3 European Championship race winner Jake Dennis.
Shedden also won the National Driver award when he claimed his previous BTCC title in 2012.