Euphoria was brought up in Windsor, Connecticut and moved on from West Hartford, Connecticut's Conard High School. While going to University of Hartford and later Emerson College, Joy started his open location work at Riverside Park Speedway in Massachusetts in 1970.
In 1984, Joy turned into a pit news person for CBS' TV scope of the 1984 Daytona 500, working with Ken Squier and Ned Jarrett. Since CBS didn't telecast numerous races, he kept on TV for MRN.
Euphoria additionally propelled The Nashville Network's NASCAR scope in 1991, as lap-by-lap emcee, proceeding through 1995, furthermore partook in NASCAR scope on TBS.
Delight was one of the first broadcasters to grasp the Internet. In 1997, he empowered Usenet and Jayski perusers to email TV scope recommendations that he could display in a CBS course. A part of numerous Usenet newsgroups, he understands them for planning for shows.
In 1998, CBS made Joy their lap-by-lap broadcaster with Ken Squier moving to studio host, where the pair worked until the end of 2000, when CBS lost the rights to broadcast NASCAR hustling.
He joined Fox Sports for a long time of Formula One scope in 1998 with Derek Bell, and moved full-time to Fox with the NASCAR TV bundle beginning the 2001 season. FOX shows the Daytona 500 and the initial 13 Sprint Cup races of every NASCAR season through 2014, beginning 2015 FOX will cover the initial 16 races. Satisfaction additionally stays NASCAR scope on FOX-possessed link systems FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2.
Bliss dwells on Lake Norman, in North Carolina with his wife Gaye and their two youngsters, Scott and Kaitlyn. He restores vintage Mg's, and holds his New England roots as CEO and value accomplice in New England Racing Fuel, Inc., merchant of Sunoco Race Fuels.
An eager SCCA beginner race driver, he has won occasions at Lime Rock, Watkins Glen, Pocono and New Hampshire, and dashed professionally in IMSA, including the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1993. He has tried in NASCAR stock autos and trucks, and won driving Historic Transam autos.