Allison has served as a racing analyst for TNT, CNN/SI, TNN, CNN, ESPN and ESPN2. She has appeared on NBC's "Today Show," "Fox and Friends," "Fox News Weekend Live," ABC's "Street Signs," MSNBC and the Speed Channel. She is host of the No. 1 NASCAR radio show in Nashville, called "The Drivers Zone," on WGFX-FM.
Allison has served as host and track announcer for the Nashville Superspeedway since 2004, the first woman to serve in this role. She is the best-selling author of "The Girl's Guide to NASCAR" and has written two sequels for Center Street, a division of Time Warner Books, to be released in 2007.
Allison is also writing three NASCAR Harlequin Romance novels, the first slated for 2007 publication. She has penned articles for USA Today, NASCAR Scene, NASCAR Illustrated, NASCAR.com, MSN.com and FoxSports.com.
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