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About Trey
Trey is a fourth-generation racecar driver who grew up on the dirt track and has been strapping in behind the wheel since the ripe age of nine years old. With a great grandfather who built some of the first Indy Roadsters, and a father and grandfather with more than 70 years of combined expertise, they have paved the way to help propel Trey to a level of success that allows him to compete against drivers beyond his years. He began racing against adults at age 11 and went on to win the 2019 IMCA National Sprint Car Rookie of the Year at age 14 – the youngest to ever win this honor.
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Trey is a young and fresh racedriver with the grit and commitment to reach excellence behind the wheel. His knowledge of the sport far exceeds his age, and he lives a complete lifestyle of racing all year long. He has grown up spending holidays, birthdays, and countless weekends at the track with his family and when he’s not at school, he’s training for the next race. This passion and loyalty to the race combined with his downhome roots and authenticity make Trey an exciting driver to follow. The colors in Trey’s logo of red, black, and off-white signify intensity and fire, and scream passion, energy, love, desire, and determination - all things that represent Trey and his values.
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That’s wraps on another successful year. We were able to hop in 7 different cars this season. I’m beyond thankful for all the opportunities and cars I’ve been blessed to drive in 2023.
Tomorrow it happens! I can’t wait to get on track for the first annual Open Wheel Showdown running the number 24T for Jimmy Waters. This should be a great experience in another new car for me. I cannot thank Rick and Ashley at RFL Facility Solutions enough, as well as the wings and wheels foundation for helping me get out on track.
This post is a little overdo, but the USAC Silver Crown season has finally come to an end. It’s been an awesome year being able to race at so many different tracks and gain so much more experience. We finished 10th in the standings even though we had quite a few DNF’s, but that’s racing. I cannot thank Davey Hamilton and his crew enough for helping me get through my rookie year.
Running 2 classes this weekend at IRP. It’s also the final silver crown race. Hopefully we can keep ourselves within the top 10 in points.
Excited to announce I’ll be making my pavement sprint car debut this weekend with the 500 Sprint Car Tour at Anderson. Big thanks to Tom Brewer for giving me this opportunity.
Final dirt race of the season. Hopefully we can finally snag a top 5.
Gateway onboards never fail to disappoint.
Gateway onboards never fail to disappoint.
Final dirt mile of the year. Let’s see if we can finally snag that top 5 finish😏
Finally. Not only did we have another top 10 finish, but just barely missed out on our first top 5. After having troubles in my normal 11 car, Davey Hamilton Sr. let me hop in his ride to not only practice in but also qualify in. During my first laps at the track in a crown car we were able to snag a P11 starting spot. After working our way up to 4th a late race restart would bump us down to 6th where we would finish. I can’t thank the entire crew enough for giving me a bad fast car all day. We’re back at it again this weekend on dirt to try and finally get us a top 5 finish.
Gateway time. 😏
It’s mile time. Finally back on dirt to open up the second half of the silver crown season. We’re up bright and early tomorrow morning to hit the track and see what we can do.
Race day in Toledo tonight. Staying on pavement once again. Hopefully we can keep everything together and have a strong finish.
Here’s a little on board video from Winchester in the Crown car. Unfortunate ending to our race with the fuel tank being punctured but that’s just how it goes sometimes. Toledo up next this week. Hopefully we can turn our luck around.
Well we had a super promising first half of the race here at Winchester. We started 19th and made it all the way up to 10th in just 53/100 laps. Unfortunately the left side weight jacker broke causing the fuel tank to drag busting a hole in it. Massive thanks to Davey Hamilton and everyone on the team for finding all this speed over the past few days. We’ll fix it all up and try again in a few weeks.
It’s time for the Rich Vogler Classic tonight at Winchester. Hopefully we can keep the ball rolling with good results.
Solid past weekend of racing in the sprint car on Friday and Saturday. Not quite the results we were looking for with a P5 finish at Bloomington and then a P4 finish at Circle City the next day. Still very solid for our first time at both of these tracks. Onto Winchester next in the Silver Crown car.
Big wing guy here for the next few races. Hopefully the rain stays away for tomorrow. 🙏
This Silver Crown stuff is pretty cool if anyone was wondering.
Big time pavement racing this weekend. Off to Madison International Speedway for our second pavement race on the year.
Not the weekend we wanted at Port Royal. While making steady progress we cut the RR tire on about lap thirty and it steadily went flat over the course of the last twenty laps. Unfortunately with a late race yellow with only five to go the RR let go and forced us to pull in. We still had a great weekend with tons of experience gained. Off to Wisconsin on Friday for the next pavement show.
We’re off to Port Royal for the next @usacnation silver crown event. Let’s see if we can better our Belleville finish and gain some valuable points in this championship.
There’s no other place I’d rather have ran my first crown race. 18th to 9th is pretty incredible considering the circumstances. Should’ve had 7th but we were a little unlucky with the yellows. It happens. Massive thanks to everyone who helped out. Onto IRP in a week.
No better place to make your first laps in a silver crown than at Belleville. Here’s some onboard from the last session from practice night.
Yea I went to prom. Only took me 4 years to find the right person to go with.
Rounds 1 and 2 of the @usfprochampionships at St. Pete are wrapped up and we definitely had a good weekend. From not even being in the car until the Sebring open test, to running in the Top 10 every session. I’d say we made huge progress. We finished P7 in race one, and P6 in race two after starting in P15. The @futurestarracing crew worked extremely hard everyday (and some nights) to make sure everything was perfect. I can’t thank everyone enough for all the hard work. Thanks again everyone for making this possible.
treyburke63 Spring Training is in the books and we’re right where we need to be. Super happy with all the hard work the team has put in, especially considering the first session was my first time in the car. Off to the streets of St. Pete for the first round.
Finally our turn to head on down to Tulsa for indoor SZN. Our Prelim night is on Tuesday so we’ll see what we can do. Big thanks to the Sarff family for bringing us along👊🏻
Little behind the scenes of some new stuff coming soon🤫
I’d rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I’m not.
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