Trey Hutchens, a fourth-generation racer from Lexington, NC, is slowly becoming one of NASCAR’s most highly recruited talents. Hutchens career has extended from the likes of USAC Quarter Midgets all the way to NASCAR’s top regional series, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. Hutchens, a current engineering student at NC State University, has progressed through the ranks of motorsports efficiently and methodically. In 2017, Hutchens plans to compete on a part-time basis in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. In 2015, the former USAC Quarter Midget Champion was granted the accolade of being the 2015 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour “Rookie of the Year.” Complementing his rookie honors, Trey has also been voted the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour “Most Popular Driver” the past two years, an award predicated solely on fan involvement.
Outside of the driver’s seat, Hutchens takes on many roles. He and his NASCAR veteran father, Bobby, work countless hours preparing his race cars for competition. In addition, Trey acts as owner of Trey Hutchens Racing, LLC by managing sponsor and media relations alike. Trey was also former Senior Class President at North Davidson High School where he finished third in Academic standing.