Alan Henry, British motorsport journalist, Died at 68

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Alan Henry was born in 1947 and died in 2016.

He was a British Grand Prix reporter and book author.

He had been a Grand Prix reporter since the early 1970s.

Alan Henry was the Formula One correspondent of The Guardian newspaper and until the end of 2012, he was Grand Prix editor of Autocar magazine; he was the Editor at Large of F1 Racing magazine.

Alan Henry was also the chief editor of the yearly Autocourse Formula One season review books, a position he had held since 1988, and he wrote a weekly blog for the McLaren team’s website, mclaren.com.

Also, Alan authored more than 50 motorsport-related books and won the 1984 Pierre Dreyfus award from the Guild of Motoring Writers for his book Ferrari: The Grand Prix Cars (1985).

He resided in rural Essex with his wife and family.

Alan Henry passed away at 68 yrs old.

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