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Articles by Andy Hallbery

Andy Hallbery

Andy has been the editor of both Autosport and RACER magazines. Today he is a freelance writer and contributor to Official FIA yearbooks as well as being involved with his own book projects.

Porsche Le Mans

Video: Porsche at Le Mans – A definitive history

A definitive look at why Porsche’s return to Le Mans in 2014 was so important.

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Villeneuve and Montoya: Back to the future

They both raced and won for Williams in F1, they were both IndyCar champions, and they both won the Indy 500. Now Jacques Villeneuve and Juan Montoya are returning to the Brickyard in 2014…

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Elio de Angelis – F1′s Roman Candle

May is a cruel month in racing – the list of losses almost unbelievable. One very unsung hero was among those: Elio de Angelis, who died on May 15, 1986. This is his story.

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Remembering Michael Schumacher’s first Formula 1 win

How the most successful F1 driver of all time came to score his first Grand Prix win.

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Like father, like son: The McLaren Magnussen tale

Jan Magnussen had the world at his feet when he made is F1 debut for McLaren in 1995, but for one reason or another failed to make it all work in the big league. Now, …

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From racing to road – The colourful history of AMG

Iconic global tuner AMG began life as an after-work pastime for a pair of small-town racing nuts. This is their story.

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Why ‘Class 1′ DTM was too good to be true

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In 1995 and 1996 the DTM and ITC had it all: great racing, hi-tech cars, superstar drivers and three willing manufacturers hell-bent on making it the best racing series in the world. These were …

PHC Johansson Ferrari 1985

A tale of Swedish F1 drivers

Fascinating in-depth look at Sweden’s contribution to the world of Formula 1.