IN MEMORIUM: HENRY HOPE-FROST

Henry Hope-Frost

Journalist and broadcaster Henry Hope-Frost has died, following a motorcycle accident.

Henry was known for his passion for motorsport and was famous for energetic and humorous commentary.  Famous for covering F1, Henry also covered the Goodwood meetings, BTCC and many others. Since his death on Thursday night, tributes have poured in from scores of people who knew him through his work.

He was well-known and loved by all at Haymarket Media Group, where he spent 22 years, mostly working on Autosport magazine. Since leaving, he remained in touch with the teams and was involved in various projects, including our Awards which he hosted in his own inimitable style.

Henry is survived by his wife Charlotte and their three young children.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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  1. Such a sad day. Henry was the nicest, most knowledgable and the funniest person I have ever had the pleasure to work with. Henry was a huge talent taken too early. The thoughts and prayers from all the team at Haynes go out to his wife and children.