Williams driver Webber wins Lorenzo Bandini trophy
The trophy, awarded annually to an outstanding Formula One driver, is named after the Italian racer who died after crashing his Ferrari in the 1967 Monaco Grand Prix.
The Williams driver will receive the award in the town of Brisighella, Bandini's hometown, before the San Marino Grand Prix next week at nearby Imola.
Renault's world champion Alonso won the award last year, after McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen in 2004 and Ferrari's Schumacher the previous season.
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