Krista Voda Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, MAVTV


Krista Voda Biography

Krista Voda is an illustrious American sportscaster. As of now, she works as the play-by-play announcer for the ARCA Menards Series on MAVTV where she covers auto racing. Before, she worked for NASCAR on NASCAR and Fox on Speed as the host of the pre-race show for the Truck Series from 2003 to 2014.

Beginning in 2007, Krista served as a pit reporter for the NASCAR Cup Series. Furthermore, she worked as a fill-in sideline reporter for Fox’s NFL coverage. Moreover, she was the pre and post-race show host for the Cup Series for NBC betwixt 2015 and 2020.

Krista Voda Age

Krista Voda was born in Clinton, Iowa, United States on 31st May 1974. She is 49 years old.

Krista Voda Height

Krista has a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).

Krista Voda Family

Krista was born and bought up by her caring and supportive parents in Clinton, Iowa, United States of America. However, she has maintained a low profile about her parents and whether she has siblings remain in the dark.

Krista Voda Husban

She is blissfully hitched to Phillip “PK” Kelley. The pair tied the knot on January 23, 2010, and reside in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania alongside their child. 

Krista Voda Education

In high school, she lettered in basketball, volleyball as well as track and field.  After completing her high school education, Krista received her undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa.

Krista Voda Salary

She bags a satisfactory salary of $73,481 per year. This is according to MAVTV play-by-play announcers’ salaries.

Krista Voda Net Worth

Through her successful career as a sportscaster, Krista has amassed a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

Krista Voda Nascar

Krista kicked off as a NASCAR broadcaster in the year 2003. She worked for Fox Sports Net as the co-anchor of Totally NASCAR. Furthermore, she co-hosted NASCAR Nation when the show aired on Speed Channel. Among her first radio jobs was serving the night shift at KROS AM/FM in Clinton, Iowa.

She hosted the pre-race show called The Setup for coverage of the Camping World Truck Series. Krista also hosted Trackside on Fox Sports 1 (previously Speed Channel). In 2007, she was elevated to NASCAR on Fox as a pit reporter for the NASCAR Cup Series. She succeeded Jeanne Zelasko, who shifted to Fox’s baseball coverage full-time.

Other than NASCAR, she has covered college football like the World Series, the National Football League, the Kentucky Derby, the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, the PGA Championship as well as the Cotton Bowl Classic.

Krista Voda MAVTV

In 2021, Krista moved to MAVTV where she served as their host of Lucas Oil On the Edge show. In 2022, she returned to calling races play-by-play for MAVTV’s ARCA Menards Series races. Krista replaced Bob Dillner, who was elevated to a managerial/supervisory-type role with the network. Her role made her the second female to be a play-by-play in motorsports behind Jamie Little. In 2021, she became the play-by-play for the ARCA races on Fox.

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