After over 30,000 votes in December, Sebastien Ogier was crowned Crash.net WRC Driver of the Year 2014 on Christmas Eve.

While we revealed each of the top ten on a daily basis up to Ogier's success, you can now look at the full results to see exactly who came where.

The full results, and the average score out of ten awarded by Crash.net readers, can be seen below, with last year's poll position also shown for comparison of the risers and fallers.

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Crash.net's 2014 WRC Drivers of the Year - full result:

1. Sebastien Ogier Volkswagen 7.8 2nd 2. Jari-Matti Latvala Volkswagen 6.9 8th 3. Kris Meeke Citroen 6.7 New entry 4. Thierry Neuville Hyundai 6.2 4th 5. Mikko Hirvonen M-Sport 6.1 14th 6. Andreas Mikkelsen Volkswagen 6.0 15th 7. Elfyn Evans M-Sport 5.7 6th 8. Dani Sordo Hyundai 5.3 7th 9. Mads Ostberg Citroen 4.9 11th 10. Robert Kubica RK M-Sport 4.8 1st

11. Bryan Bouffier Hyundai / M-Sport 4.79 9th
12. Hayden Paddon Hyundai 4.78 17th
13. Ott Tanak Drive DMACK / M-Sport 4.74 Re-entry
14. Henning Solberg Fiesta RS WRC** 4.4 Re-entry
15. Juho Hanninen Hyundai 4.1 13th
16. Martin Prokop Jipocar Czech National Team 3.85 19th
17. Nasser Al-Attiyah Ford Fiesta RRC* 3.8 20th

*denotes WRC2 champion

About the vote:

Rather than repeat the Drivers' World Championship standings, the World Rally Driver of the Year poll asks readers to take into account factors such as machinery, performance relative to a team-mate, driving style, experience, injuries, progress and personality just as much as race results.

Over 30,000 votes were cast for the 2014 Crash.net WRC Driver of the Year poll, where viewers awarded each of this year's full-time participants a mark out of ten for an average rating.

Crash.net World Rally Driver of the Year - previous winners:

2013 Robert Kubica
2012 Sebastien Loeb
2011 Sebastien Loeb
2010 Petter Solberg
2009 Sebastien Loeb
2008 Sebastien Loeb

We'd like to thank you for taking the time to vote in our 2014 WRC Driver of the Year vote, as well as in the other end of season votes on Crash.net.

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