2019 Awards Winners

Following deliberation over one of our most comprehensive and diverse shortlists ever, an exclusive judging panel of more than 20 leading motorsport journalists has revealed the winners and runners up in the 2019 edition of the Professional MotorSport World Expo Awards, during an exclusive gala evening dinner held at Professional MotorSport World Expo. Click on the links below for more information on each of the winners!



Airshaper

Motorsport Technology

The Bend Motorsport Park

Motorsport Facility

WSR / Team BMW (BTCC)

European Race Series


Robert Wilson

UK Young Rally Driver

WSR / Team BMW 330i M (BTCC)

Race Car

Alejandro Agag

Outstanding Contribution


Past Award Winners

2018

Motorsport Facility of the Year: The Bend Motorsport Park
Motorsport Technology of the Year: AirShaper
Motorsport Team of the Year: WSR / Team BMW (BTCC)
Race Series of the Year: WSR / Team BMW (BTCC)
Race Car of the Year: WSR / Team BMW 330i M (BTCC)
UK Young Rally Driver of the Year: Robert Wilson
Outstanding Contribution to Motorsport: Alejandro Agag


2017

Powertrain Innovation of the Year: Mercedes-AMG M08 EQ Power+ 1.6-liter V6
Motorsport Facility of the Year: Thermal Club, California
Motorsport Technology of the Year: Bosch CAS-M3 Collision Avoidance System
Motorsport Team of the Year: Jackie Chan DC Racing
Motorsport Engineer of the Year: Chris Williams, head of rally engineering, M-Sport
Race Series of the Year: Formula E
Race Car of the Year: M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC
UK Young Rally Driver of the Year: Ewan Tindall
Outstanding Contribution to Motorsport: Gian Paolo Dallara, Dallara


2016

Powertrain Innovation of the Year: Mahle Turbulent Jet Ignition
Motorsport Facility of the Year: Circuit de la Sarthe, France
Motorsport Technology of the Year: Magneti Marelli high-speed camera
Motorsport Team of the Year: Ford Performance
Motorsport Engineer of the Year: George Howard-Chappell, program manager, Ford GT
European Race Series of the Year: Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
Race Car of the Year: Toyota TS050
UK Young Rally Driver of the Year: Tommi Meadows
Outstanding Contribution to Motorsport: Lawrence Tomlinson, chairman of the LNT group


2015

Powertrain Innovation of the Year: Porsche 919 Hybrid, GU-H
Motorsport Facility of the Year: Audi Competence Center Motorsport, Neuburg
Motorsport Technology of the Year: Lazer Lamps Triple-R Series
Motorsport Team of the Year: Team Porsche
Motorsport Engineer of the Year: Alex Hitzinger, technical director, Porsche LMP1
European Race Series of the Year: European Le Mans Series
Race Car of the Year: Porsche 919 Hybrid LMP1
UK Young Rally Driver of the Year: Charlie Barlow


2014

Powertrain Innovation of the Year: PU106A Hybrid Power Unit - Mercedes-AMG
Motorsport Facility of the Year: Sochi Autodrom
Motorsport Technology of the Year: Stratasys 3D printing
Motorsport Team of the Year: Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1
Motorsport Engineer of the Year: Bob Bell
European Race Series of the Year: Blancpain Endurance Series
Race Car of the Year: Mercedes-AMG W05 Hybrid
UK Young Rally Driver of the Year: Will Creighton


2013

Powertrain of the Year: Hybrid Hydrogen - Aston Martin/Alset Global
Motorsport Facility of the Year: Bilster Berg Drive Resort
Motorsport Technology of the Year: Bosch/Pratt & Miller - Collision Avoidance System
Motorsport Team of the Year: Volkswagen Motorsport
Motorsport Engineer of the Year: Axel Löffler - Audi Sport
European Race Series of the Year: FIA European Rallycross
Race Car of the Year: Volkswagen Polo R WRC
UK Young Rally Driver of the Year: George Lepley


Future show: Professional MotorSport World Expo, November 11, 12, 13, 2020, Hall 10.1, Cologne, Germany (provisional)