Alan Cavanna Fox Nascar, Bio, Age, Wiki, Family, Marriage, Salary and Net Worth

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Alan Cavanna Wiki

Alan Cavanna is an American journalist from Marlborough, Conn currently working as a reporter for FOX Sports  Nascar Race Hub.

Alan Cavanna

Alan Cavanna Biography

He graduated from Syracuse University in 2004 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and is an Eagle Scout.

Alan Cavanna Fox Nascar

Fox Sports, broadcasting its 17th consecutive Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series season, is armed with seven championships’ worth of analysis and insight from Hall of Famer and three-time champ Darrell Waltrip alongside four-time champion Jeff Gordon, veteran play-by-play announcer Mike Joy and former crew chief Larry McReynolds with race analysis.

Behind the camera, Fox Nascar has won 18 Sports Emmy Awards since its inaugural year of coverage in 2001, including four for Outstanding Live Sports Series, seven for Live Event Audio/Sound and five for Live Technical Team Remote.

Alan Cavanna grew up watching a lot of racing. His grandfather was a professional sprint car driver in the way-back-when, so it’s a family thing. Alan Cavanna raced quarter midgets as a kid, but he really got hooked in the early ’90s with Alan Kulwicki and after watching Rusty Wallace flipping down the backstretch at Daytona.

The first Nascar race Alan Cavanna saw in person actually was the first one he worked for FOX at Dover helping in the booth. Despite watching racing most of all his life, he was stupefied by how fast they were going. He couldn’t understand how they didn’t crash every lap.

Alan Cavanna Age

He was born on November 18, 1982, in Marlborough, Conn.

Alan Cavanna Nationality

He is from the United States of America.

Alan Cavanna Family

No current information concerning his family members or sibling.

Alan Cavanna Marriage

He is married to Dianne Gallagher and both couples reside in Charlotte, where he enjoys attending Charlotte Hornets games, cheering on the Buffalo Bills, listening to “The Howard Stern Show” and going to concerts.  the couple dated for five years before sharing the wedding vow. Dianne is popular as a CNN National Correspondent based in Atlanta. She also worked for the WCNC-TV as Morning News Anchor and Dayside Reporter.

Alan Cavanna Multiple Award Winning

Allan Cavanna, who was named “Broadcaster of the Year” by the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA) in 2013, 2016 and 2017. Upon moving to Wsoc-TV (ABC in Charlotte) in June 2008, he covered news and multiple Nascar races in the Southeast.

Joey Logano incident. Additionally, he has won multiple runner-ups and top-three awards for Event-Oriented Feature and Spot News coverage.

Prior to his reporting role in Charlotte, Cavanna worked in local news in Evansville, Ind., and Joplin, Mo. He counts among his most memorable assignments his coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and his time following Indiana’s National Guard upon its deployment to Savannah, Ga.

While in Joplin, Cavanna covered some of his first Nascar races with the 2006 Daytona 500 and events at Kansas Speedway. While working in Evansville, he covered the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in addition to his news reporting responsibilities.

Alan Cavanna First racing Job

Cavanna’s first jobs in racing, as well as the first Nascar race he attended, came at Dover International Speedway and Pocono Raceway as a college student in 2003.

Alan Cavanna Net worth

Working as a reporter for Nascar Race Hub, there is no doubt Alan earns a good amount of salary. However, the exact amount he receives is not yet disclosed. His estimated net worth is also not disclosed.



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