is widely regarded as the "grand old man" of British
motorsport journalism, having been a grand prix reporter since the early 1970s. He is the Formula One
correspondent of the Guardian
newspaper, and currently holds the title of Editor at Large of F1 Racing
magazine. Henry is also the chief editor of the yearly Autocourse
Formula One season review books, a position he has held since 1988. Autocourse is now entering its fifty-seventh year. Henry is a witty journalist who is never afraid to tell it like it is, as is seen every month in his F1 Racing
column, 'The Rumble Strip'. The author of more than 50 motorsport-related books, Henry lives in rural Essex
with his wife and family.