Kaitlyn Vincie is a co-host of FS1’s daily NASCAR news and information show, NASCAR RACE HUB, and of FS1’s NASCAR CUP SERIES studio pre-race show, NASCAR RACEDAY. She took on these roles in 2020. She also still hosts the NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES prerace show, NASCAR RACEDAY-NCWTS, which she started doing in 2019.
On December 10, 1987, Kaitlyn came into the world. When Vincie got a pit pass, she became interested in stock car racing. After she graduated from Christopher Newport University, she worked as a reporter at Langley Speedway. After her own video blogs about NASCAR were posted on the stock car racing website SceneDaily, she got a lot of attention.
Vincie got married to her longtime boyfriend, Blake J. Harris, and they are very happy. In this post, we’ll find out everything about her personal life.
Who Is Kaitlyn Vincie’s Husband?
Kaitlyn, a 30-year-old American sports anchor, is a married woman. She got married to her boyfriend Blake J. Harris after dating him for a couple of years.
Together, they had a daughter named Kadence and also a son named Dawson. Since they got married, the couple has had a good relationship with each other.
Also, the married couple has been seen in public and in the media. At the moment, Kaitlyn and Blake are enjoying being married and living well.
How Did Kaitlyn And Blake Meet?
Besides launching her professional career, Kaitlyn may thank the racetrack for introducing her to her now-husband, Blake Harris, a Car Chief for Furniture Row Racing in Denver, Colorado, and a huge car-racing fan in his own right.
They might have met at a restaurant close to New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
During the time they were dating, Blake worked in Denver, Colorado, and Kaitlyn lived in North Carolina. They also spent time at the racetrack.
Career, Net Worth, and Honors of Kaitlyn Vincie
Kaitlyn started out as a professional journalist at Langley Speedway as a Pit-Reporter and then as a NASCAR Video Content Reporter. But she didn’t work there for long. She left after only a few months.
The next year, she started working at Langley Speedway TV as a NASCAR Home Track Pit-Reporter, a job she did for almost two years.
She has also worked for SPEED as a Reporter for NASCAR Race Hub, Trackside, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Banquet. Kaitlyn joined FOX Reports in August 2013 and started working as a NASCAR Reporter. She is currently a host on the daily news and update show NASCAR Race Hub on FOX.
She was the host of a show called “Women in Racing.” Her favorite episodes were about Lisa Smokstad, who works for Hendrick Motorsports as a tire specialist, and Christina Rudisill, who works for Richard Petty Motorsports as a race engineer.
Vincie also wrote feature stories for Fox Sports 1’s coverage of the Camping World Truck Series and was a co-host of The Mock Run, a show that looked at the latest NASCAR news from a funny angle.
She makes a good amount of money from her job as a well-known sports reporter. But as of 2022, her net worth is $1.5 million. She hasn’t won any awards so far in her career.