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Andy Hallbery died

According to Recent news reports  Andy Hallbery died  on Sunday, 18 December 2022 at the age of 56. Andy Hallbery was an Autoport magazine editor. He has passed away and his family is devastated. Many people have been shocked to hear of his death. Many people are looking for Andy Hallbery’s name online. Autosport has announced his sudden death via Twitter. Autosport tweeted, “Everyone in Autosport is sad to hear that Andy Hallbery, our former magazine editor, has died on Sunday.” They want to find out more about him and his death. We have more information on the news, and will share it in this article.

The news spread quickly on social media sites, as it was first reported online. The death of Andy Hallbery has depressed his family members. Andy Hallbery was a former editor of Autosport and RACER magazines. As a child, he was able to see the Wembley speedway and took an interest in racing. While a student at London College of Printing, he was fascinated by Brabham’s team and started a fanzine. This was his resume from 1986, after he had submitted his job interview for an editorial associate position at Autosport.

Who Was Andy Hallbery ?

According to the report, Andy Hallbery died recently at 56 years old. His last breath was on Sunday, 18 December 2022. Autosport has announced his sudden death via Twitter. Autosport tweeted, “Everyone in Autosport is sad to hear that Andy Hallbery, our former magazine editor, has died on Sunday.” However, his cause of his death was not yet disclosed by his family or friends. There is also no information regarding his cause of mortality. For more news information, you are at the right place. Please read the entire article.

Andy Hallbery died

Hallbery was a fan of the grand prix support program as most races in the GM Lotus Euro series were. He made his way to Mallory Park for Monaco. After being promoted to editor in 1992, he was permitted to head Haymarket’s Special Assignments department. This allowed him to travel less and have more work. There were many highs. But, he also lost good friends such as Greg Moore and Dan Wheldon. This brought him some deep admirers. Many are sharing their condolences and paying tribute to him via social media platforms.

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