Full coverage from racing's big night out!

A star-studded night at the Autosport Awards brought the motor racing year to a stylish close. Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher was named the International Racing driver of the year, while Anthony Davidson was the winner of the coveted McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver award

Full coverage from racing's big night out!

For full details on all of this year's winners, simply click below for the full story.



Club Driver of the Year: Michael Caine. (Click Here)

National Racing Driver: Antonio Pizzonia. (Click Here)

National Rally Driver: Mark Higgins. (Click Here)

Rally Car of the Year: Ford Focus. (Click Here)

International Rally Driver of the Year: Richard Burns. (Click Here)

British Competition Driver of the Year: David Coulthard. (Click Here)

Racing Car of the Year: Ferrari F1-2000. (Click Here)

International Racing Driver of the Year: Michael Schumacher. (Click Here)

Autosport.com Rookie of the Year: Jenson Button. (Click Here)

Gregor Grant Award for lifetime achievement: Hannu Mikkola. (Click Here)

John Bolster Award for technical excellence: Audi. (Click Here)

McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver of the Year: Anthony Davidson. (Click Here)

Simply click above for full details on all of this year's award winners, including the inaugural autosport.com Rookie of the Year award, plus eight other categories voted for by the readers of Autosport magazine, including International Racing Driver and International Rally Driver of the Year.

Also find out what the 2000 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner, Anthony Davidson had to say on picking up one of the year's most coveted prizes.

For a full list of sponsors for the 2000 Autosport Awards, please click here.

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