FIA World Endurance champions Mark Webber and Brendon Hartley have received Gold Stars at the 2015 BRDC Awards.
The factory Porsche LMP1 drivers, who combined with Timo Bernhard to win the FIA World Endurance Championship, were awarded the highest accolade from the BRDC at an awards ceremony in London.
Webber and New Zealander Hartley join a renowned list of former winners including Sir Stirling Moss, Emerson Fittipaldi and the late Sir Jack Brabham.
Red Bull Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo won the Innes Ireland Trophy, awarded to the driver who has displayed the most courage and sportsmanship during the year.
The Western Australian won the same award last year along with the Bruce McLaren Trophy.
New Zealanders Mitch Evans and Nick Cassidy also received awards for their achievements this season.
GP2 star Evans, who appears set to join Campos Racing next year, claimed the The Woolf Barnato Trophy awarded to the highest placed British or Commonwealth driver in a British car at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Evans finished second in the LMP2 class on his Le Mans 24 Hour debut alongside Oliver Turvey and Simon Dolan for Jota Sport.
Japanese Formula 3 champion Cassidy lifted the Bruce McLaren Trophy for the most meritorious Commonwealth driver.
The Aucklander starred in Japanese F3 scoring seven wins on his way to the title.