BBC News Online business reporter Jorn Madslien was the big winner at the annual Guild of Motoring Writers Awards as he collected three prizes.
Madslien collected the journalist of the year prize for his work raising the profile of the motoring industry nationally. He was also named business writer of year and new media writer of the year.
He narrowly missed out on a fourth prize after being highly commendend in the environmental writer category, which was won by freelance David Williams.
Williams was also a triple winner. He took top prize in the consumer journalist and safety writer categories for his article published in The Daily Telegraph and The Evening Standard.
Journalist Mike Goodbun picked up the inaugural classic car writer award at the ceremony in London on Friday, as well as the design writer of the year prize.
The Oxford Mail’s David Duffy was also recognised for his contribution to motoring journalism, picking up the regional motoring journalist award for his motoring section at the Mail.
A full list of winners is available on the Guild of Motoring Journalists Website.