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Trey Burke (R)

#63 Joe Dooling Autosports


Birthdate: November 4, 2004
Hometown: Park Ridge, Illinois
Residence: Alvin, Texas
Website: treyburkeracing.com
Twitter: @treyburkeracing
Facebook: Trey Burke Racing
YouTube: Trey Burke Racing
Instagram: @treyburke63




Dooling Machine Products Texas / Texas Micro Optics

Nationality: American

Languages spoken: English

Height/weight: 5’8” / 126 lbs.

Education: High school student

Hobbies: Fishing, dirt-bike riding and hanging with friends

Favorite sports to watch: I don't watch other sports

Interesting note about me: I'm a fourth-generation racer

Favorite food: Sour candy 

Guilty food pleasure: I eat entire bags of chips the day we get them

Racing goal: Win an NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship and the Indy 500

Racing hero: AJ Foyt - he is also from the Houston area and my grandad grew up racing with him. He used dirt racing as a way to get into INDYCAR

Career results:


  • First year of racing on pavement and on road courses
  • Finished sixth in the Lucas Oil School of Racing Championship Series with two wins, five additional podium finishes, nine top-fives and 13 top-10s
  • Competed in two race weekends (six races) in the FRP F1600 Championship Series with one win and one additional podium finish


  • Became the youngest-ever Rookie of the Year in the IMCA National Sprint Car Series (at age 14)
  • Also raced 360 Sprint cars (425 hp) 


  • Finished third (and top rookie) in the Lucas Oil National Open Wheel 600 Series (NOW600) for Micro Sprints in both winged and non-wing divisions


  • Began racing against adults for the first time (at age 12)
  • Was voted Most Respected Driver in POWRI Lonestar 600


  • Continued to compete in Junior Sprints, moving on to Restricted 600cc Micro Sprints and becoming track champion at Golden Triangle Raceway Park


  • Began racing Junior Sprints in the Houston (TX) area, winning the Lonestar Shootout