It was declared that from April 14, 2021, he would begin serving for CBS as the play–by–play commentator for the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) racing series.
Before that, he served as a motorsport for ABC and ESPN. He served with the ESPN family of networks and was most lately the lap-by-lap broadcaster of providing coverage for ABC’s IndyCar Series since 2007, involving the Indianapolis 500 up to 2018.
He has served for NASCAR for many years where he has provided coverage for Turner Sports, Motor Racing Network, ESPN, and NBC Sports.
Allen Bestwick Age
Allen Bestwick was born in Newport, Rhode Island, in the United States on September 24, 1961, he is 61 years old.
Allen Bestwick Height
Bestwick stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in(Approx 1.73m).
Allen Bestwick Family
He was born and brought up in Newport, Rhode Island, in the United States by his supportive parents named Nancy Bestwick and James Patrick Bestwick. His mother serves as a yoga guru and high school teacher while his father serves as a car racer that inclined his interests toward a race field.
Allen was brought up together with his two adorable siblings, a little sister who currently serves as a philanthropist and is a model and his older brother called Brock Bestwick, a professional musician who has played in various concerts and tours in various states.
Allen Bestwick Wife
Allen is happily and contentedly married to his beautiful wife named Melanie Ruzzo Bestwick who is a yoga guru and high school teacher. Allen and his beautiful wife are proud parents of two kids though their identity is not known publicly.
Allen Bestwick Education
He studied at Coventry High School, Rhode Island, and at the tender age of 15 years, he began his career where he was on-air for a high school radio station. At Seekonk Speedway when he was 16 years old, he began announcing auto racing where his father raced.
Allen Bestwick Salary
Allen receives an annual salary of $100,000 and this is according to CBS editorializers’ salary.
Allen Bestwick Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $5 million US dollars and his career at CBS is the main source of his income.
Allen Bestwick Career
Allen Bestwick is a popular American sportscaster journalist nowadays editorializing on ESPN+ for tennis matches, on CBS the Superstar Racing Experience, and on SportsNet New York for UConn Huskies women’s basketball.
Before that, he served as a motorsport for ABC and ESPN. At the tender age of 15 years, he began his career. At Seekonk Speedway when he was 16 years old, he began announcing auto racing where his father raced where he called the action at Seekonk Speedway.
Allen was employed to serve as an Associate Producer and Director of Affiliates by Charlie Roberts the founder of MotorNet in New Jersey. He entered Motor Racing Network MRN where he served as a race reporter.
In 1986, he finally became announcer and co-leader together with Barney Hall and Joe Moore. He filled in Ken Squier’s position as TBS’ lead NASCAR commentator while serving with MRN.
Allen his first season as the voice for the Huskies was as the networks game reporter Maria Marino and a retired UConn forward Meghan Culmo as a game analyst. He provided coverage for tennis and NASCAR for the ESPN family networks while Culmo provided coverage for the women’s team for CPTV and SNY.