Leading figures from the car industry gathered at the Silverstone Wing to celebrate the world's best cars - and the people who made them
24 May 2017

The 2017 Autocar Awards, held in association with Vredestein Tyres, took place at the Silverstone Wing last night, where the world’s best cars and the people who make them were honours.

Hundreds of leading figures from the car industry gathered to see 14 exceptional cars and eight extraordinary people celebrated.

Check out some of the best images from the event in the gallery above.

Autocar Awards 2017: the winners

Jaguar Land Rover's Ralf Speth wins Issigonis Trophy

Kia's Peter Schreyer wins Sturmey Award


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