Singapore's Marina Bay circuit has been named the facility of the year at the Professional World MotorSport Awards in Cologne.
Formula One's first ever floodlit night race in September was widely hailed as a huge success, with the street circuit's layout and atmosphere both receiving widespread praise.
"We are delighted that the efforts of the entire team and the invaluable contribution from all our fantastic partners have been recognised by this award," said Jonathan Hallett, the Singapore GP's media director.
"We have received a great many compliments from around the world since the running of the race in September, but this is an award given by our peers, the professionals who work in motor sports. It therefore is especially gratifying to receive this award."
Singapore's rivals in the awards category included F1's other new street track in Valencia.
Toro Rosso's Franz Tost was also among the winners at the Professional World MotorSport Expo ceremony, picking up the team principal of the year award.