The off-season has been a busy one for the longest-running female television broadcaster in
NASCAR. Most recently, Krista Voda was on stage co-emceeing The NASCAR Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony. Voda spent the month of December, literally on the sidelines, covering the
NFL for Fox Sports.
Now, as the NASCAR season gears up, Voda will switch her efforts from the gridiron to the grid...
continuing her long-time role as a host and reporter for Speed and a pit reporter for the Emmy
award-winning NASCAR on Fox broadcast team. Some of Voda’s highlights for Daytona
Hosting The Budweiser Duel
On Thursday February 21 at 2pm ET, SPEED will be live from the Budweiser Duel at Daytona as
drivers fight for the final spots in the Daytona 500. Krista Voda and Jeff Hammond host, with
the NASCAR on FOX team of Darrell Waltrip, Larry McReynolds and Mike Joy calling the action.
Steve Byrnes, Matt Yocum, and Hermie Sadler will report from the pits.
Hosting The Set Up
Coming off its most-watched season ever, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series opens its
season under the lights Feb. 22 at 7 pm ET as The Set Up w/ Krista Voda sets the tone for the
green flag. Rick Allen hosts with Michael Waltrip and Phil Parsons providing analysis and
Hermie Sadler and Ray Dunlap reporting from the pits.
Trackside, the network’s longest-running NASCAR program, returns Feb. 22 and 23. Friday, the program airs at 5:30 pm ET, while Saturday’s one-hour show begins at 4:30 pm ET. Voda hosts with Kyle Petty, Rutledge Wood and Kaitlyn Vincie all resuming their roles with the show. SPEED’s television and online talent will be integrated across platforms, including SPEED.com, Facebook and Twitter.
About FOX Sports Media Group
FOX Sports Media Group (FSMG) is the umbrella entity representing News Corporation’s multi-platform US-based sports assets under Chairman & CEO David Hill. FSMG includes FOX Sports, the sports television arm of the FOX Broadcasting Company; Fox’s 19 regional sports networks, their affiliated regional web sites and FSN national programming; SPEED and SPEED2; Fox Soccer Channel and Fox Soccer Plus; FUEL TV; and Fox College Sports. FSMG also includes FOX Sports Interactive Media, which comprises FOXSports.com on MSN, whatifsports.com and scout.com, reaching almost 30 million unique visitors monthly. Also included are Fox’s interests in FOX Deportes, Big Ten Network and STATS, LLC, and licensing agreements that establish FOX Sports Radio Network, FOX Sports Skybox restaurants and FOX Sports Grills.