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2007 BRDC Award Winners.


BRDC Gold Medal - the Club's highest honour:
Andy Priaulx

BRDC Gold Star - best performance at International level:
Lewis Hamilton

BRDC Silver Star - best performance at National level:
Jason Plato

The Bruce McLaren Trophy - most meritorious performance by a Commonwealth driver in International racing:
Ryan Briscoe

The Chris Bristow Trophy - winner of the BRDC McLaren Autosport Award:
Stefan Wilson

The Colin Chapman Trophy - for individual who has shown great team spirit:
Ron Dennis

The Earl Howe Trophy - highest placed British driver o the Indy 500:
Dario Franchitti

The Era Club Trophy - British driver in British car with most meritorious performance outside the UK:
Lewis Hamilton

The Fairfield Trophy - outstanding performance by a BRDC member:
Richard Westbrook

The Graham Hill Trophy - most meritorious performance in single-seater racing:
Lewis Hamilton

The Innes Ireland Trophy - best displayed qualities of courage and sportsmanship:
Dario Franchitti

The John Cobb Trophy - British driver in British car to achieve success of outstanding character:
Ryan Sharp

The John Cooper Trophy - British F3 driver to show potential to be a future World Champion:
Greg Mansell

The Johnny Wakefield Trophy - Fastest race lap on Silverstone GP circuit:
Kimi Raikkonen

The Nigel Moores Trophy - Private entrant to achieve most meritorious performance in International racing:
Rollcentre Racing

The Richard Seaman Trophy - Winner of the Gold Star points system:
Lewis Hamilton

The Silverstone-Le Mans challenge - Best combined finishing record at Silverstone LMS race and Le Mans 24 Hours:
Emmanuel Collard and Jean-Christophe Boullion

The Sir Jackie Stewart Award - Motorsport engineer to show brilliance throughout the year:
Alan Jenkins

The Spencer Charrington Trophy - Highest placed British driver in British F3:
Stephen Jelley

The Walter Hayes Trophy - Winner of the Walter Hayes Trophy event:
Peter Dempsey

The Woolf Barnato Trophy - Highest placed British/Commonwealth driver in British car at Le Mans 24 Hours:
Darren Turner and David Brabham

The ACO Award - Highest placed British driver in the Le Mans 24 Hours:
Martin Short and Stuart Hall


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Lewis Hamilton is presented with the BRDC Gold Star by Sir Stirling Moss [Pic creditt: BRDC]
BRDC Silver Star winner Jason Plato [Pic credit: BRDC]
BRDC Gold Star winner Lewis Hamilton [Pic credit: BRDC]
Lewis Hamilton crowned F1 world champion at FIA Prize-Giving Gala in Qatar [Pic credit: FIA / Jean Marie Hervio / DPPI]
Lewis Hamilton crowned F1 world champion at FIA Prize-Giving Gala in Qatar [Pic credit: FIA / Jean Marie Hervio / DPPI]
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
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23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Celebration, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014
23.11.2014- Race, Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes AMG F1 W05 race winner and F1 World Champion 2014

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Sam - Unregistered

December 05, 2007 6:39 PM

Yes bob the knob and I agree for the first time!!!!! All that matters is how Hamilchoke performed on the race track during the championship. It was great to see Hamilton CHOKE the way he did in the last two races. It made the entire season so much better. The only racer in the history of F1 to blow a 17 point lead in the last two races. Great job Hamilchoke... Here is a Gold Star on behalf of your moppets! We will give you a special chocolate chip cookie next week for cutting the corner on Top Gear! :p



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