Kaitlyn Vincie interviews husband Blake Harris for the Grant Park 165 videoboard. Kaitlyn Vincie interviews husband Blake Harris for the Grant Park 165 videoboard. (Jeff Gluck on X/Twitter.)

Like many industries and workplaces, there are many romantic relationships within the sports world. Those sometimes include members of the media. And that sometimes leads to interesting interviews.

The latest case there came at NASCAR’s Grant Park 165 street course race in Chicago Sunday. There, Alex Bowman’s win meant that Kaitlyn Vincie (normally on Fox’s NASCAR coverage, this was a NBC race, so she was reporting for the video board at the event) interviewed her husband Blake Harris afterwards on what this first win as a crew chief (he’s in his second year in that role with Bowman) meant to him:

Michael Verlatti, who helped put on this event, congratulated Vincie on the interview, and she thanked him for having her involved in this race:

While there don’t appear to be any clips of the actual interview online, this got positive response from many fans:

Video board interviewer is just one of the many roles Vincie has played over the years. She’s been working on Fox’s motorsports coverage since 2012 (back when FS1 was still Speed) as a host and reporter, including a long run with NASCAR RaceHub before that ended last month. She worked as a Langley Speedway TV pit reporter and interviewer before that, and worked on NASCAR’s SceneDaily website.

Vincie also now also co-hosts the NASCAR on Fox-presented Harvick Happy Hour podcast with former driver/current Fox commentator Kevin Harvick. And she’s also written a fiction thriller, Save The Queen City, about a serial killer hunting women in Charlotte. But Sunday did provide her with another first, getting to interview her husband after his first win as a crew chief. That’s pretty cool.

[Jeff Gluck on X/Twitter]


About Andrew Bucholtz

Andrew Bucholtz has been covering sports media for Awful Announcing since 2012. He is also a staff writer for The Comeback. His previous work includes time at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.