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Krista Voda, the veteran among network female NASCAR reporters, brings years of expertise to her hosting role on NCWTS Setup, in addition to pit reporting for NASCAR on FOX. She also hosts Trackside and numerous special events, including the Budweiser Duel at Daytona, NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup and NASCAR Nationwide/Camping World Truck Series Award Ceremonies.
Rutledge Wood, the resident “funny man” on SPEED, serves as a roving reporter for NASCAR RaceDay and co-host
for Trackside. He also fills host and reporter duties for SPEED specials throughout the season, including
the season-ending NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards Ceremony and the NASCAR Sprint Pit Crew Challenge, among others.
Additionally, Wood co-hosts History Channel's Top Gear, an Americanized version of the U.K.'s popular Top Gear, a lighthearted look at the world of automobiles. Wood, who joined SPEED in Feb. 2005, served as host of SPEED Road Tour Challenge in 2007, a reality show about four contestants living together on a bus traveling to NASCAR races. The four competed in challenges in the hopes of earning a job with SPEED for the remainder of the NASCAR season.
Wood also worked for Country Music Television (CMT) on the Most Wanted tour immediately following graduation from the University of Georgia and played the drums and sang in a cover band while in school. He honed his trademark microphone skills hosting daily talk shows and comedy/karaoke acts. In his spare time, the father of two enjoys restoring old cars and home renovation at his Atlanta home.
Kyle Petty is an analyst on NASCAR RaceDay and NASCAR Victory Lane and co-host of Trackside on SPEED.
Prior to stepping into his television analyst role, Petty enjoyed a 30-year NASCAR career, during which he
won eight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races and posted 52 top-five and 173 top-10 finishes, in addition to
capturing eight pole positions. Petty, the son of seven-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Richard Petty
and grandson of NASCAR pioneer Lee Petty, began his transition to the TV booth in 2007 when he joined TNT's
broadcast team for six races, a role in which he has remained since.
Away from the race track, Petty devotes his time to the Victory Junction Gang Camp, a camp for children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses that he and wife Pattie founded in honor of their late son, Adam. Additionally, Petty operates the annual Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America to benefit children's charities throughout the United States.
Petty and Pattie have three children -- Adam (1980-2000), Austin and Montgomery Lee.
Kaitlyn Vincie is the newest addition to the NASCAR on SPEED team, joining the gang in 2012 as a social
media reporter on Trackside alongside Krista Voda, Kyle Petty and Rutledge Wood. She also serves as a
reporter on the network's daily NASCAR news show, NASCAR Race Hub, bringing viewers the latest from the various race shops.
Vincie also lent a hand for SPEED's coverage of the 2012 season-ending NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards Ceremony from Las Vegas. The Virginia native got her start with SPEED as a member of the SPEED Road Tour Team that travels the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit.
Vincie honed her motor sports reporting skills at the 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, K&N, Grand Stock and other series. She also created her own original NASCAR video reports on YouTube that became a weekly addition on SceneDaily.com.
Vincie resides in North Carolina