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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.

Zanardi Monza 1999

Alex Zanardi: Don’t Dream It’s Over: Part One

Image: The Cahier Archive

As he prepares for his races in the Paralympics in September, it’s time to look at the man that is Alex Zanardi. And if you don’t laugh at some of his quotes, …

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Video: When Roger Moore met Formula One

Before he was the legend that is James Bond, Roger Moore was TV’s Simon Templar, alternatively known as “The Saint”.

Gordon Murray Fan car Goodwood

One hit wonder: The Brabham Fan Car

Adrian Newey, genius. Gordon Murray, ‘God’. Racing rules are very definitive so it takes brilliant and inventive minds to find loopholes. Newey has made a skill of it, as did Murray.

Jackie Stewart on board

Behind the scenes: Live on-board TV broadcasting

We all want to be Formula One drivers, don’t we?  Sadly we can’t all be. So what’s the next best thing? Living it vicariously with live on-board TV footage

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The inside line: Can-Am Shadow DN4

In the 1960s to the early ’70s, the North American Can-Am series cars were a sight (and sound) to behold. Giving off up to 1500hp, they were basically monsters.

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Interview: Andrew Kitson

There are people involved in racing that have talent beyond belief. Andrew Kitson is one. He is an illustrator and painter…

David Coulthard Formula Ford

Formula Ford. Is it still the best training ground?

Look back at the history of Formula Ford, and you will see just what a pedigree it produced. From Senna to Hakkinen to Button and Webber, and so many more.

Rubens Barrichello – Utterly In Love with Racing

Interview: Rubens Barrichello – Utterly In Love with Racing

It’s impossible to speak with Rubens Barrichello and not get infected by his love of racing. Here is part two of MotorSport Retro’s exclusive interview… Topics? François Cevert, Mario Andretti, and more!