NASCAR Race Hub, the one-hour daily program that airs on Fox Sports 1, will come to an end next month, RACER has confirmed.

The final show will air Tuesday, June 11. Fox Sports employees were informed of the show’s future Wednesday.

NASCAR Race Hub debuted Oct. 12, 2009. The first show, which was then aired on the Speed channel, was hosted by Adam Alexander and Krista Voda. It moved to Fox Sports 1 in 2013.

Over the years, the show has not only featured rotating Fox Sports hosts, but began to feature more driver and crew chief analysts. Chad Knaus and Drew Blickensderfer are regular guests on the program. Jamie McMurray, David Ragan, and Michael Waltrip are among the other former drivers still involved with the show.

A mix of news, analysis, interviews, and announcements from teams and drivers, NASCAR Race Hub also features the highly popular ‘Radioactive’ segment. It’s a replay of the most recent race weekend but with audio from the team in-car radios.

NASCAR Race Hub aired its 2,500th episode January 29th.