Distinguished motorsport writer Hope-Frost dies

Tom Howard

Friday 9th March, 2018 - 8:49pm


Henry Hope-Frost pic: BARC Twitter

Distinguished motorsport writer and broadcaster Henry Hope-Frost has died aged 47.

The renowned motorsport media identity is understood to passed away after being involved in a road traffic accident on Thursday night.

Hope-Frost was a renowned interviewer, journalist and promoter with unique passion for the sport.

A writer for Autosport magazine from the 1990s he built up huge a reputation in the industry.

Hope-Frost was a regular host at the annual Autosport Show where he would question an array of motor racing stars during his famous stage Q&A sessions.

He was also an integral part of the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival events, offering his insight and knowledge as a key cog in the event’s esteemed commentary team.

Tributes for Hope-Frost have flowed on social media from across the motorsport fraternity. extends its condolences to Hope-Frost’s family and friends. comment policy

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