Russell Bulgin

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Russell Bulgin (1958–2002) was an automotive journalist.

He worked for many of the world's leading magazines including Evo, Car, Autocar, Cars and Car Conversions, Motor Sport and also newspapers such as the Daily Telegraph. He was a close personal friend of racing driver Ayrton Senna and his interview with the Brazilian racer is highly regarded.

For the final five years of his life, he was married to journalist Cathryn Espinosa.[1]

Bulgin died of cancer in 2002.

A book was published after his death, edited by his former colleagues.[2] They selected some of what they saw as his best works for inclusion as well as a selection of personal emails. The proceeds from the book went to the Royal Marsden Hospital where Bulgin had been treated.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Russell Bulgin [Obituary]". Car Magazine. August 2002. p. 226. 
  2. ^ Bulgin: The Very Best of Russell Bulgin 1958-2002. ISBN 978-0-9543604-0-5