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Little is the pit reporter for NASCAR Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series coverage on ESPN/ABC. Debating if NASCAR is actually a sport is for another post, but we do know, however, that Little is one mighty fine looking lady.
Veteran motor sports reporter Jamie Little joined FOX NASCAR in 2015 to cover pit road for the MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES and NASCAR XFINITY SERIES. Little, in her 16th year as a broadcaster, also serves as a reporter for NASCAR RACEDAY, FS1’s prerace show for the Cup Series. Her FOX NASCAR assignments also include select additional races and special events throughout the year, including her pit reporting debut for the 2017 Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Jamie Little (born April 9, 1978) is an American pit reporter for NASCAR coverage on Fox. Little is a former pit reporter for ESPN/ABC coverage of the Indy Racing League, although she returned to her pit reporting duty for the 2007 and 2008 Indianapolis 500 as well as the 2013 Firestone 550, and NASCAR on ESPN.
Mommy/Wife/FOX Reporter for NASCAR/Host for Supercross/Animal Rescue Advocate/Jimmy John’s franchise owner. Vegas
You may know Jamie Little as the NASCAR reporter for Fox sports. Here at The Animal Foundation, we know Jamie for her love of animals, her energetic spirit, and her tireless devotion as a shelter volunteer.Truly a passion project for Jamie, Las Vegas to the Rescue is a 2016 calendar featuring some of Las Vegas’ famous faces with (and we may be biased) some of the cutest pooches in town.
Little spends her free time volunteering at The Animal Foundation, Nevada’s largest animal rescue shelter, and serves as its spokesperson. Her first solo charity project is a 2016 calendar titled “Las Vegas to the Rescue,” featuring Las Vegas celebrities, such as Wayne Newton, Carrot Top, UFC standout Miesha Tate and NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan, posing with homeless pets from the shelter to promote adoption.
In 2016, she became one of nine women in her hometown of Las Vegas to be recognized for her charitable work with the annual Vegas Gives award and designated Speedway Children’s Charities as the beneficiary of her year-long fundraising. Little also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Las Vegas chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities.
A graduate of San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism, Little grew up in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., and currently resides in Las Vegas with her husband, Cody Selman, son, Carter, and daughter, Sierra. You may follow her on Twitter at @JamieLittleTV.
— Jamie Little (@JamieLittleTV) February 26, 2017
A DISTINGUISHED PIT ROAD CAREER
Prior to joining FOX, Little spent 13 years at ESPN/ABC as a reporter for NASCAR (2007-’14), the IZOD IndyCar Series (2004-’14), Winter X Games and Summer X Games telecasts. Her television career began in 2002 as a reporter for ESPN immediately following graduation from college. She also has worked for SPEED, NBC and TNN.
She covered a variety of motor sports events for FOX Sports’ SPEED in 2002 and 2003, including the network’s live coverage of Daytona Supercross, which marked her live national broadcasting debut. She was the first female pit reporter for the television broadcast of the prestigious Indianapolis 500 (2004), and in 2015, became the first female pit reporter to cover both the DAYTONA 500 and the INDIANAPOLIS 500 for network TV’s live, flag-to-flag race coverage. In April 2016, she hosted FOX’s coverage of Supercross’ maiden appearance at Gillette Stadium.
In addition, Little was the first female to cover a televised Supercross and motocross event, and was one of the first female reporters in X Games history. In August 2015, the broadcasting veteran made her FIM MOTOGP™ WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP television hosting debut, leading live FS1 coverage of the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix. Furthermore, she has covered 11 Indianapolis 500s and eight Brickyard 400s and has hosted a variety of non-racing sporting events ranging from Paintball Championships to the Great Outdoor Games, in addition to live announcing roles in motocross and Monster Energy AMA Supercross. Little credits her lifelong passion for the sport and affinity for dirt bikes as the springboard for her entry into television. While still in college, she reported on various motor sports for ESPN2 and also served as a live announcer in Supercross.