AUTOSPORT Awards

There may not be much you can do to stop Ferrari and Michael Schumacher's domination of Formula 1, but at least you do have the power to vote for your favourite cars - and drivers - of the past season in the AUTOSPORT Awards

AUTOSPORT Awards

The winners, along with the winning young driver in the MCLAREN AUTOSPORT BRDC Award, will be revealed at the AUTOSPORT Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Sunday, Decemeber 1 and a full report will appear in the Decemeber 5 issue of AUTOSPORT.

Here are the categories that are up for the vote:



Will Michael Schumacher take the title for the third year running, or could Juan Pablo Montoya, Rubens Barrichello or CART champion Cristiano da Matta put one over the German?



The Ferrari F2002 beat all-comers in Formula 1, but what about Audi's equally-dominant R8 or Alfa Romeo's ETCC-winning 156 Gta?



Marcus Gronholm took the WRC title after stiff opposition from Brits Richard Burns and Colin McRae and French asphalt ace Gilles Panizzi



Peugeot claimed the manufacturers' title with its 206, but Subaru's Impreza, Ford's Focus and Citroen's Xsara WRC all showed flashes of brilliance during the year



One of the toughest categories to call with Jenson Button, David Coulthard, Dario Franchitti and Allan McNish all strong contenders



Another close call. Justin Dale, Jonny Milner and Gwyndaf Evans are just three of many who could get the nod



Will James Thompson add the honour to his BTCC title? Robbie Kerr, Nicolas Minassian and Yvan Muller head a strong list of rivals



Irvine, McNish and Coulthard are all previous winners and there's a plethora of young Brits with the credentials to join them



Which rookie has impressed you the most this season?
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