John Roberts (motorsport commentator)
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John Roberts (born October 2, 1965) is a former on-air broadcaster for NASCAR coverage on Fox Sports 1. He appeared on NASCAR Race Hub and NASCAR Live! and until 2014, he appeared on NASCAR RaceDay and NASCAR Victory Lane, while also having served as a studio host of NASCAR on FOX.
|Education||James Madison University|
|Occupation||Commentator, television host, sportscaster|
NASCAR Victory Lane
NASCAR Race Hub
NASCAR on Fox
His career started in 1986 at WHSV TV in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He then worked at WBTV in Charlotte before moving to the Fox Network-owned Speed Channel to host NASCAR RaceDay and NASCAR Victory Lane.
Following the Homestead 2018 edition of race day, Roberts announced he was retiring and that was his last broadcast via his twitter.
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