Lewis Hamilton will reportedly demand to keep any and all trophies he wins next season as part of his contract negotiations with McLaren.
Hamilton has yet to agree a new contract with McLaren, who are believed to be offering the Brit a staggering £100 million in a long-term deal.
However, money is not the only issue on the table as Hamilton also wants to hold onto any trophies he may win.
"Winning the British Grand Prix and getting that trophy - it's the best trophy I have ever seen," Hamilton told the Daily Mirror.
"I have not seen it since I won it because Ron (Dennis) keeps every trophy, which isn't good and it definitely won't be happening in the future."
Traditionally McLaren keep all the trophies won by their drivers, who are given a replica to take home.
This arrangement has, according to the newspaper, never been broken even for drivers such as Ayrton Senna, Niki Lauda and James Hunt.