Lewis Hamilton - for completely dominating the whole thing. I'm willing to put up with Lewis being annoying many times if he puts out weekends like this occasionally.
Daniel Riccardo - for a brilliant fightback from the back row of the grid.
The "Walk In The Fast Lane" team - a group of mechanics and other F1 staffers, who walked 150 miles for charity, visiting every British F1 team on the way, and ending up at Silverstone in time to do their usual weekend jobs.
Honourable mention: am I allowed to mention Charles Leclerc's F2 feature race performance? He started the race with a brake disc on fire, had an exhaust on fire so badly it looked as if the engine had blown, lost a wing mirror and still won. I've heard of drivers winning races with a bad car but it's rare to have a driver winning with apparently no car left...
Liberty - for complaining about Silverstone exercising its rights to break a contract at the point the previous administration required that to be done, and further compounding the situation by claiming it made a profit on the previous year's Grand Prix when it was actually a substantial loss. This is Liberty's first significant error.
Daniil Kyvat - What was that all about? Carlos Sainz might very well ask the same question. Granted that Carlos could have used a bit more spatial awareness, but he wasn't the one who tried the impossible move or rejoined the track in a dangerous manner.
The Sauber drivers - for colliding with each other, which Sauber needs about as much as it needs a paper dragon feeder. Lower than Daniil Kyvat since blame appears to be applicable to both parties about equally.