Kaitlyn Vincie is a co-host of NASCAR RACE HUB, FS1’s daily NASCAR news and information program, and NASCAR RACEDAY, its NASCAR CUP SERIES studio prerace show, roles she assumed in 2020. In addition, she continues to host FS1’s NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES prerace show, NASCAR RACEDAY-NCWTS, a role she first took on in 2019.
Vincie covered pit road for Truck Series races from 2015-2018. In past seasons, she also handled Supercross field reporting duties for FOX Sports. Vincie joined the FOX Sports family in 2012 as a social media reporter on TRACKSIDE, SPEED’s signature at-track program. She quickly added to her duties by reporting for NASCAR RACE HUB, delivering news and feature interviews from the various NASCAR race shops. In 2014, she added roles as feature reporter for NASCAR RACE HUB and pit reporter for select NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST races on FS1.
Vincie served as a garage reporter for NASCAR RACEDAY and NASCAR LIVE late in the 2014 season, and she filed feature reports for the network’s coverage of the Truck Series. In addition, she co-hosted “The Mock Run,” a look at the latest in the NASCAR world delivered with a humorous take on FOXSports.com.
Early in her NASCAR broadcasting career, Vincie lent a hand for SPEED’s coverage of the 2012 season-ending NASCAR Awards Ceremony from Las Vegas. Prior to that opportunity, the Virginia native spent her early days with SPEED as a member of the SPEED Road Tour Team, a massive mobile marketing experience that traveled the Cup Series circuit.
Vincie honed her motor sports reporting skills at legendary Langley Speedway in Hampton, Va., as a host/pit reporter for Langley Speedway TV. During that stint, she covered some of the best local short-track racing in the area, including Late Model, NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST, Grand Stock and other series. She also created her own original NASCAR video reports on YouTube that became a weekly addition on SceneDaily.com.
Born in Harrisonburg, Va., Vincie graduated with honors from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va., with a degree in communications in 2010 and also interned for the university’s athletics department. She served a similar role at WTKR (Hampton Roads, Va.) and in the USAR Pro Cup Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Vincie was raised in Warrenton, Va., and currently resides in North Carolina with her husband, Blake Harris, and their daughter and son.