Doug Nye

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Doug Nye (born October 1945) is an English motoring journalist and author. He lives in Farnham, Surrey, England.

He is generally recognized as a world authority on competition cars of any period from 1887, and is a consultant to the Bonhams auction house, the Collier Collection (in the USA) and sits on the Advisory Council of the British National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.[1] He has also consulted for The Dutch National Motor Museum, the Brooklands Museum in England, McLaren International and McLaren Cars Limited. He was a founding consultant to the SpeedVision TV network in the USA and to the Donington Collection of single-seater racing cars, and is Historical Consultant (founding) to Goodwood Motorsport - creators of the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival Meeting.

At the age of 18 he went straight from grammar school to the staff of Motor Racing magazine based at Brands Hatch. Since then he has written more than 70 motor racing books.

He has presented assorted TV programmes covering motor racing and collectors' cars, and since 2004 - with colleague David Weguelin has produced the Motorfilms Quarterly series of 90-minute archival movie DVDs/video tapes.

He also is a regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph and Motor Sport.[2]

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