Wendy Venturini is a NASCAR Reporter

February 9, 2008
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Meet Wendy Venturini, the sexy NASCAR pit reporter. See photos, video and a biography of Wendy below.

As a biography, Wendy was born on January 30, 1979, in Chicago, Illinois. She is 29 years old. Racing is in her genes – her father, Bill Venturini, is a two time ARCA Champion. After high school, she went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and Psychology. She minored in Journalism as well. While at UNC, she was a host for Sports Xtra for UNC-CH Student Television. She also worked as a sports intern for the NBC affiliate, WCNC. While at WCNC, she was a field producer for NASCAR specials during race weeks at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.

Wendy went on to be a host and producer for several NASCAR related shows. She was the pit reporter for the 2004 and 2006 Daytona Speedweeks, NASCAR Busch Series, ARCA, Busch North and West Series, and all NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events on the SPEED Channel.

You can catch Wendy as the pit reporter for NASCAR Raceday on the SPEED Channel as well as a segment called “The Real Deal with Wendy Venturini”.

Wendy is married to Jarrad Egert, who is an engine tuner for Tony Stewart.

Check out Wendy’s website here.

See photos and video of Wendy Venturini below.







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2 Responses to “Wendy Venturini is a NASCAR Reporter”

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    glenn szymanski Says:

    love the tight shirts wendi…looks like those two beautiful jugs are going to bust out of there any second!!!!!! keep up the unbelievably hott work!

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    Mark Vidman Says:

    Dear Wendy I love nascar incar camera but what happend to the suspension cam.Sure would have loved to see it on the short tracks. Hope to see it back !!!!!! Nascar Nut Mark Vidman