Henry Foy, Motor Industry Correspondent for the Financial Times, took home multiple honours at the 2014 headlineauto Journalism and PR Awards, which celebrate journalistic excellence in writing about the automotive industry.

Foy was voted both National Newspaper Writer of the Year, awarded to someone who has demonstrated a great understanding of the industry, and Business Writer of the Year, awarded to a journalist who has unearthed the best business stories and presented them in an engaging and insightful way — one of the most highly-contested categories.

According to the judges, Foy’s work “is proper, serious news reporting, getting at the stories the car industry would sometimes rather we didn’t read. Original, independent … other hacks should read this stuff, and have a long think about their own.”

A full list of 2014 winners can be found here.

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