Sky Sports F1 has again been awarded the Best TV Broadcaster Award for Outstanding Coverage by the FIA.

The award was presented by the CEO of Formula One Management Bernie Ecclestone at the 2013 FIA Prize Giving Ceremony in Paris on Friday night.

The prize recognises the breadth and quality of the F1 coverage on Sky Sports F1. Sky Sports F1 has now won the award for both seasons since its launch in 2012.

"To win this award twice in two years is a great honour and recognition for the incredible hard work of our Sky Sports F1 production team," said Barney Francis, managing director of Sky Sports. "The award reflects the passion we have for innovation, creativity and production standards. We aim to provide the best quality coverage as well as best set of rights and we're very proud to receive such recognition."

Martin Turner, executive producer for Sky Sports F1 added: "F1 is a sport with passionate and knowledgeable fans that deserve the ultimate coverage. If you're not at the Grand Prix, we want Sky Sports F1 to be the next best place to be. This award gives us another reason to keep improving and we're working on several exciting ideas for next season."

Coverage this season was again presented by Simon Lazenby with commentary from Martin Brundle and David Croft, expert analysis by Damon Hill, Anthony Davidson and Johnny Herbert and reports from Natalie Pinkham and Ted Kravitz.

"This second consecutive award for Sky Sports F1 recognises the impressive creativity and passion of a great team of men and women who work tirelessly behind the cameras and mixing and editing galleries," Brundle remarked.

"It's a pleasure to work with them."

Meanwhile, the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos - scene of the F1 2013 season finale - took the F1 promoter honour, while former F1 driver Robert Kubica, who won the WRC2 title this season, claimed the inaugural Personality of the Year award.