Hometown: Easton, PA
Growing up, Jason Trinchere worked with his dad on his modified team prior to climbing behind the wheel of an open-wheel car for the first time at 15-years-old. Trinchere would go on to compete for 12 years before moving to North Carolina in 2005 to pursue his NASCAR dreams. Since then, Trinchere has worked in all of the top-three series as an engineer. One of Trinchere’s career highlights was uniquely being apart of NASCAR’S “trifecta” – winning the Daytona 500, Brickyard 400 and the Indianapolis 500 in the same year, with two organizations.
While growing up in Pennsylvania Trinchere attended Penn State where he earned a Mechanical Engineering degree. When not working in the shop or traveling to the race track, Trinchere is a full on “girl dad” and supporting his daughter’s competitive dance team efforts.