Pete Pistone is an American motorsports pundit and journalist who works as a lead writer for MRN (Motor Racing Network). In addition, he co-hosts The Morning Drive on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio with Mike Bagley.
Pete Pistone Age
Pete Pistone was born in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States on June 2, 1964. He is 58 years old.
Pete Pistone Height
Pete’s height is 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Pete Pistone Family
Pete is a native of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. He is the nephew of former NASCAR Grand National driver Tom Pistone of Chicago. He was also raised in an Italian-American family.
Pete Pistone Wife
Pete has a happy marriage with his wife Michele. His wife also has a birthday on September 15 every year. In addition, the couple has a daughter named Mia.
Pete Pistone Education
Pete received his bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University. On the other hand, he has not revealed where he obtained his high school diploma.
Pete Pistone Salary
Pete receives an annual salary of $98,800.
Pete Pistone’s Net Worth
Pete’s estimated net worth is $3 million.
Pete Pistone Career
He co-hosts The Morning Drive, a globally syndicated Sirius XM NASCAR Radio show. He also works for Sirius XM NASCAR Radio, as does Mike Bagley, a motorsports commentator for Motor Racing Network (MRN).
Also, following the loss of David Poole from a deadly heart attack, he took over as the host of Morning Drive. Before joining Sirius XM NASCAR Radio, Pete was a regular on Sirius XM Speedway with David Moody since 2004. Moreover, during the racing season, he co-hosts a show that helps callers set up a lineup for fantasy NASCAR events.
He is a regular guest on Bleacher Report Radio, where he discusses ball, stick, and NASCAR Sports, in addition to working for Sirius XM NASCAR. Pete also covered NASCAR for six years while working as a motorsports columnist and reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times beginning in 1997.
After receiving his degree from Northern Illinois University, he spent ten years hosting Victory Lane for Chicagoland Television before joining the Chicago Sun-Times. Furthermore, he has covered NASCAR for CBSSports.com. Since 2009, he has also served as a main writer for MRN (Motor Racing Network). Pete also joined MRN as a pit reporter and writer.
He covered the Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway for MRN, which was his first race for the radio network. In addition, Pete co-founded RacingOne.com with Jeff Wackerlin in 2001, which was a digital reporting platform. But, proving to NASCAR and IndyCar that they were legitimate media to have access to the material was difficult at the time. Furthermore, Motor Racing Network has owned RacingOne.com since 2009.
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