Adam Alexander (sportscaster)

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Adam Alexander
Born (1973-07-11) July 11, 1973 (age 44)
Indianapolis, Indiana
Nationality American
Alma mater University of Evansville
Occupation Television announcer
Known for Fox NASCAR commentator

Adam Alexander (born July 11, 1973) is a television announcer with Fox Sports 1. He currently hosts NASCAR Race Hub alongside Shannon Spake

Announcing career[edit]

Alexander was the studio host and play-by-play announcer for TNT's coverage of NASCAR with Kyle Petty, Wally Dallenbach and Kevin Harvick, and did college football announcing for Fox Sports 1 with Chris Simms, branded as College Football on Fox. He did pit reporting for NASCAR on TNT in 2009 before moving to the booth in 2010. In August 2014, he took over as one of two play-by-play announcers for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series broadcasts for Fox, and was made full-time in October for the remainder of the season. For the 2015 season, Alexander was named to the lead for Fox's NASCAR Xfinity Series coverage with Michael Waltrip and a rotating guest analyst filled by select Sprint Cup Series drivers, a position he still holds to this day. Alexander along with Brian Till, Mike Joy, Vince Welch, and Ralph Sheheen rotated in the booth to call the 2015 Camping World Truck Series season.

Alexander was the host of SPEED Center on the defunct SPEED channel. He was a pit reporter for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on the network. In October 2014, he took over hosting NASCAR Race Hub with Danielle Trotta.

Motor Racing Network[edit]

In addition to NASCAR on TNT and Speed Channel, Alexander also worked for the Motor Racing Network for coverage of NASCAR as a studio host, pit reporter, and play-by-play. He worked on coverage of the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series and did play-by-play for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Other work[edit]

Alexander began his career at television station WEVV in Evansville, Indiana where he served as a public address announcer for the Tri-State Speedway and also called games for the Evansville Purple Aces men's basketball team.

Alexander has been part of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network covering the Indianapolis 500.

He had a cameo in the 2017 movie Logan Lucky.

Personal life[edit]

Alexander grew up in Indianapolis, he is a resident of Evansville, Indiana where he graduated from Vincennes University and University of Evansville.

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