Auto Racing & Action Sports Reporter
Jamie Little, a familiar face and voice to fans of NASCAR, IndyCar and X Games telecasts on ESPN, has been a reporter for ESPN since beginning her television career in 2002.
She currently works as a pit reporter for ESPN’s coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series as well as the Verizon IndyCar Series. Little began IndyCar pit reporting in 2004 and joined ESPN’s NASCAR team in 2007.
In addition, Little works as a reporter on the Winter X Games, which she has done since 2002. She also reported on the Summer X Games for five years before beginning her NASCAR duties and has worked as a reporter on ESPN’s New Year’s Eve specials as well.
She began as a reporter for racing on two wheels, covering motocross and other action sports involving motorcycles. She lent her name and likeness to the popular racing video game “MX World Tour Featuring Jamie Little” and had a cameo in the 2005 feature film Fantastic Four, which includes an X Games-related scene.
Outside of motorsports, Little served as a host and feature reporter for the ESPN Great Outdoor Games from 2003-2005 and previously worked as a red carpet reporter for the ESPYs.
While earning her journalism degree from San Diego State University, Little worked on motorcycle and action sports television productions, starting as a runner and eventually moving up to a reporting position. She had been around dirt bikes as a teen and followed her passion for the sport the sport into television.
In 2013, Little released her first book, “Essential Car Care for Women.”