Raceline began on Hampton Roads, Virginia Television station WPEN in 1993, covering local racing at Langley Speedway, Dixieland Speedway and Virginia Raceway. The show was started by Joe Moore, a veteran of Motor Racing Network, the nation’s largest independent radio network.
After a year of covering local racing, Raceline started growing to cover the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as well and grew to include several regional sports networks along with its home station of WPEN. Since Joe was traveling to all the NASCAR races, he just brought along a cameraman and they did reports from all the major race tracks.
In 1999, Moore bought the show from WPEN and formed Raceline Productions, Inc., which still is the parent company of Raceline. The show expanded to more broadcast stations and eventually move to practically all the regional sports networks, including , Mav-TV, SportSouth, New England Sports Network , and The Outdoor Sport Network, which airs Raceline internationally now in its 25th year.
Raceline features Sprint Cup Series drivers and crew chiefs each week, reviewing past races and previewing upcoming events. It is the longest-running NASCAR show in the country and continues to grow with more stations and networks coming on each month.
Raceline is produced in HD, 52-weeks a year in studios in Little Torch Key, FL.