Joe Moore is the co-anchor for Motor Racing Network’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series broadcasts. Moore joined the Network in 1983 and for many years stood on scaffolding, high above the speedways between turns one and two, calling the action.
Jeff Striegle is the Booth Announcer for Motor Racing Network’s broadcasts of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series events. He debuted with the network in 1998. Jeff resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan and is employed by Gordon Food Service as the Event Coordinator for GFS Marketplace. He also maintains RacingAwareness.com; a Michigan based nonprofit charity supporting the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital of Grand Rapids, Michigan. RacingAwareness.com is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and their families coping with the illness or injury of the child.
Rusty Wallace – the 1989 NASCAR Cup Series Champion, 1984 Rookie of the Year and a 55-time Cup Series race winner – currently serves as Lead Analyst for the Motor Racing Network for Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races. For 16 straight seasons, Wallace won at least one race in the Cup Series, marking the third-longest such streak in history. Wallace’s 55 victories ranks ninth all-time. He was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in February 2013.
Winston Kelley, Lead Pit Reporter, is part of the Motor Racing Network team patrolling pit road at Monster Energy NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series broadcasts. His first job in motorsports broadcasting was being a statistician for the old Universal Racing Network. Winston joined MRN Radio in the late 80’s as a production assistant making his first on-air appearance during the 1988 Martinsville broadcast. One of his biggest thrills: The first Daytona 500 broadcast he worked in 1989. He is also the Executive Director of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Alex Hayden joined the Motor Racing Network as a Pit/Turn Announcer in 1997. A native of Muncie, Indiana, he now resides in Goldsboro, North Carolina. After working as an actor at Universal Studios Florida, he auditioned and gained the announcer position at Wayne County Speedway and Southern National Speedway. Along with MRN, Alex hosts a talk show on an ESPN radio affiliate as well as hosting a live television show in Raleigh. He serves as a television play-by-play announcer for football and basketball as well. He has served as a pit reporter for HDNet/SPEED TV. His acting credits include appearances on WB TV’s “One Tree Hill”.
Steve Post is a Pit Reporter for the Motor Racing Network. The native of Hallstead , Pa. has been with the network since March 2003. Post started his career announcing short track races at Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pa. Along with announcing he handled media relations and was owner/editor of the speedway’s program book. Following success on the short track level, Post moved to North Carolina to pursuit a full-time career in motorsports in 1995. Over the next eight seasons, he worked as media relations manager for Square D Company, IWX Motor Freight and Havoline. Following the 2002 season, Post was presented the opportunity to start working for MRN Radio. Along with his work with the network, he continues as a freelance writer with a number of clients. He is also co-host of “Winged Nation” at MRN.com along with Erin Evernham and Ashley Stremme.
Dave Moody is the lead turn announcer for Motor Racing Network’s broadcasts of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series events. Dave also hosts the nationally syndicated motorsports talk show, “SIRIUS Speedway,” on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. A protégé of legendary motorsports commentator Ken Squier, Dave made his MRN debut during Speedweeks 1993, and has been a regular part of the lineup since 1998.
Mike Bagley, Turn Announcer/Booth Announcer, has been with the Motor Racing Network since 1992. Actually, he first started with the network in 1988 as a “runner.” However, the first race he worked as an announcer was the NASCAR Xfinity Series Fays 150 at Watkins Glen International in June 1992. Mike is a utility member of the crew, working in the booth for the majority of MRN’s coverage of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and in the turns for MRN’s NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series broadcasts. Mike also co-hosts “The Morning Drive” on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Kim Coon, Social Media Reporter, joined the Motor Racing Network in 2015. She reports from pit road during the network’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying shows, and interacts with fans via social media and on the air during MRN’s race coverage. Coon, a Florida native, spent four seasons (2011-2014) as Miss Sprint Cup. She appeared at more events than any other Miss Sprint Cup in the history of the program. Coon helped activate the series sponsor’s strategic plan through social media, broadcast channels and trackside events. Her background includes marketing and public relations experience with Charlotte, N.C.-based agencies in the years preceding her stint with Sprint.
Kyle Rickey, Turn/Booth Announcer, came to the Motor Racing Network in the Fall of 2002 after spending many years as the track announcer at Thompson Speedway and Stafford Speedway in his home state of Connecticut. In October of 2007, Kyle left his nine-year position as Media Coordinator for the Killingly Public School District in Killingly, CT to become a full-time Producer with MRN. He is now responsible for voicing everything from “Podtrax” to “NASCAR Today” to commercial spots. His most memorable broadcast with the network was the 2007 Pepsi 400 in Daytona; so far.
Woody Cain is a Pit Reporter/Turn Announcer and “NASCAR Today” Host at the Motor Racing Network. After starting his career as a general assignment reporter with the Daily Independent in Kannapolis, N.C, Woody later served as News and Sports Director at N.C. radio stations WABZ-FM in Albemarle and WEGO-AM in Concord. He was the lead announcer for 15 years on Time Warner Cable’s regional televised races which included Late Model and Legends events. Woody was an associate producer at Street & Smith’s Productions, which later became NASCAR Images, and in 2000, he was named editor of The Charlotte Observer’s University City Magazine. While there, he also wrote or co-authored three books on NASCAR drivers. More recently, Woody was news anchor at WBT-AM in Charlotte, before joining MRN in March 2008. In addition to his new assignment as host of “NASCAR Today,” Woody will continue to produce daily podcasts for the network’s website and serve as a pit and garage reporter on a select number of MRN race broadcasts. Woody also co-hosts “MRN Motorsports Monday” at MRN.com along with championship NASCAR spotter Joey Meier.
Pete Pistone has been associated with auto racing most of his life. His uncle “Tiger” Tom Pistone was a NASCAR driver in the 1950’s and Pete literally grew-up in the pits. A motorsports jounalist for nearly 25 years, Pete has a wide range of both print and broadcast experience. Along with being a Pit Reporter for the Motor Racing Network and Senior Writer for MRN.com, Pete also co-hosts “The Morning Drive” on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Dan Hubbard, Turn/Booth Announcer, has lived in Southern California all his life. Dan used to call amateur drag races in the parking lot of Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego . “We’re car crazy down here, but it wasn’t always a hot bed of NASCAR activity,” Dan said. “Thank goodness for Riverside International Raceway, where I picked up a microphone out at turn six. I called that turn for the SCCA race on Riverside ‘s PA system back in the early 80’s. That was a great road course for anyone whoever raced on it, or watched a race there. As an announcer, there was always plenty of action to talk about.” The Motor Racing Network heard Dan’s delivery and gave him the call. “I can’t believe I’ve been doing this for over 10 years,” said Dan. “I’ve traveled a lot of this country, met some great people and drivers and I get to be a part of the NASCAR scene. It’s exciting.”
Kurt Becker, Booth Announcer/Turn Announcer, made his MRN debut in September of 1994 as a turn announcer. Today, his duties still include turn announcing but also single-event anchor. Residing in Altamont, Ill. his entire life, Kurt also works in the Thoroughbred industry as a track announcer at Keeneland Racecourse in Lexington, Ky., and he is the former voice of Churchill Downs–the home of the Kentucky Derby. In 2007, he was named one of the 10 best announcers in the history of the equine sport in the book “The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing,” published by Daily Racing Form. Kurt is also an announcer for Thoroughbred auctions at venues in Kentucky and Canada and since January of 2006, he has additionally served as the announcer for the Barrett-Jackson classic car events. Kurt was named Citizen of the Year for 2012 in his hometown (Altamont, IL) for both his career achievements and his contributions to local churches, charities, and civic groups. In April 2013, Kurt will be inducted to the Illinois Basketball Coaches’ Association Hall of Fame as a “Friend of Basketball” for his unpaid, volunteer efforts over the last 15 years to help research and document the history of high school basketball in central Illinois; will be inducted in the same class with state title-winning coach Jack Blickensderfer, the father of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series crew chief Drew Blickensderfer.
Jason Toy, Pit Reporter/Turn Announcer, has been with the Motor Racing Network since 1998. Jason’s passion for racing started at an early age. He grew up late model dirt track racing with his dad at East Bay Raceway in Gibsonton, Florida. He graduated college from Marshall University, in Huntington, WV where he was a tight end on the 1992 1-AA National Championship Thundering Herd Football team. Jason has won several NACB, West Virginia AP and West Virginia Broadcaster Association awards for his play-by-play coverage of both college and high school football and basketball. Jason began his motorsports broadcasting career working at the legendary Ona (WV) Speedway. A native of Valrico, Florida, Jason now resides in Barboursville, West Virginia with his daughter Madelin and his son Spencer.
Glenn Jarrett is the son of Ned Jarrett and the older brother of Dale Jarrett, both members of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. He drove stock cars himself, competing in both the NASCAR Grand National and Cup Series. Glenn eventually moved from behind the wheel into the broadcast booth, launching his radio and television career by teaming up with the legendary Ken Squier to anchor a broadcast from Charlotte Motor Speedway. Jarrett was part of The Nashville Network’s team of NASCAR announcers before joining Motor Racing Network, where he now serves in his current role as Pit Road Reporter. Jarrett is an avid golfer and in addition to his responsibilities with MRN, he is involved with other racing-related business ventures outside of broadcasting.