NASCAR Race Hub by FOX Sports
About the Podcast
The NASCAR Race Hub podcast brings you all the great content from FS1's daily NASCAR show. Shannon Spake and Adam Alexander are joined by the biggest names in the sport every day to discuss the biggest topics, offering insight and analysis you won't hear anywhere else! Located in the heart of NASCAR country, "The Hub" takes advantage of its central location to offer viewers unique access to drivers and race teams. Plus, a contingent of reporters relay inside stories and up-to-the-minute reports from race shops. Make sure you subscribe to stay up to date on everything going on in NASCAR and beyond.
About the Host
Shannon Spake and Adam Alexander
Adam Alexander has been a member of the FOX Sports family since 2006. Alexander also handles play-by-play duties for FOX COLLEGE BASKETBALL and FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL. This versatile broadcaster was an integral part of SPEED’s motor sports coverage for years, hosting SPEED CENTER, NASCAR LIVE and NASCAR IN A HURRY, as well as co-hosting NASCAR RACE HUB and SPEED CENTER in 2010. Alexander also contributed regularly on WIND TUNNEL WITH DAVE DESPAIN and served as the network’s face for breaking news and special reports from the SPEED Studios for years.Alexander grew up in Indianapolis and graduated from Vincennes University in 1993 with a degree in Broadcasting. He currently resides in Charlotte, NC, with his wife, Audra, and their two children, Kyla and Kade. In his spare time, Alexander enjoys golf and running. Veteran sports broadcaster Shannon Spake joined FOX Sports in July 2016 as a three-sport star, covering NASCAR, college football, college basketball and NFL. In 2017, she was named co-host of NASCAR RACE HUB, FS1’s daily NASCAR news and highlights program, alongside Adam Alexander. She also was tapped as a FOX NFL sideline reporter for her first full season alongside play-by-play announcer Dick Stockton and analyst Mark Schlereth. Spake also hosts NASCAR RACEDAY-XFINITY live from the track preceding each weekend’s NASCAR XFINITY SERIES race, in addition to continuing to serve as a sideline reporter for college basketball. Since her move to FOX Sports, the broadcasting veteran covered the sidelines for the network’s lead college football and basketball on-air teams for the 2016 season, in addition to making her NFL debut in the Jan. 1, 2017, Seattle/San Francisco game. Prior to joining FOX Sports, Spake served in multiple roles at ESPN, beginning in 2006, including sideline work for Saturday college football games and select Bowl games, including a New Year’s Six Bowl. Spake was a sideline reporter for ESPN’s Saturday Primetime and Super Tuesday SEC college basketball telecasts. She also worked the 2015 NBA Draft and covered multiple NCAA men’s basketball tournaments and Final Four championships for SportsCenter. Spake was tasked with pit reporting for ESPN and ABC’s NASCAR coverage and offered reports on NASCAR and college sports for SportsCenter. She also hosted and reported for NASCAR Now on ESPN2. Spake’s move to FOX after several years with ESPN represented a “homecoming” for the reporter, who worked for FOX Sports’ SPEED early in her TV career. Beginning in 2005, she reported for SPEED’s NASCAR Nation, co-hosted Backseat Drivers and reported from the NASCAR garage during the network’s coverage of the 2006 Daytona SpeedWeeks. In 2003, Spake was hired as a reporter and producer for WCCB-TV, the FOX affiliate in Charlotte, N.C. The following year, she joined the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats (now Hornets) to report and produce for C-SET, the team’s regional sports network. She currently resides in Charlotte, N.C., with her husband and identical twin boys and is active in the endurance racing community.