Jon William Dysinger Graduate Of At University Of North Carolina At Asheville

Jon William Dysinger has completed a B.S. degree in Business Administration from University of North Carolina at Asheville in 1994. He attended C.E. programs at University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

He has great proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Outlook and many other software programs. He is an experienced and dedicated professional in the motorsports industry.

Over the years, he has acquired noteworthy experience under his sleeves. Jon William Dysinger has many skills and abilities that are essential for anyone in the motorsports industry, these includes -

Managing 60 employees, being the head engine builder at the Triad Racing Technologies. 
Involved in setting up two engine shops, which includes both staffing and equipping them. 
Performs installation and operation of engine and chassis, dyno test cells, Spintrons and many other data acquisition/testing systems.
Familiar with many types of equipment including Froude 249’s, Froude G4, Depac, SuperFlow, Sakor, valve spring QC equipment, Stuska, Cam Pro plus, EZ cam, and more. 
Performs all aspects of creation and maintenance of the McLaren NSCA DTV maps for all the engine specs.

Taking into consideration his professional experience, Jon William Dysinger has worked with recognized firms throughout his career. He started working in the Andy Petree Racing from 1997 to 2003 and took charge of the engine department, where all the engines were built for the #33 Oakwood Homes Chevrolet driver Joe Nemechek and for #55 Square D Chevrolet driver Bobby Hamilton.

Being an expert in the Motorsports industry, Jon William Dysinger received many awards and honors, such as -

He won many events for being the engine supplier for over 130 ARCA, NCWTS, NXS and MENCS, as the head engine builder.
He was the engine supplier for 5 NCWTS Championships in 2006, 2008, 2010, and 2013.
He was the engine supplier for 3 ARCA Championships in 2009, 2010 and 2013.
He contributed to 6 MFG NCWTS Championships in 2006–2010 and 2013. 
He also contributed to 3MFG NNS Championships in 2008–2010. 
He is the two-time Mahle-Clevitte NCWTS Engine Builder of the year in 2005 and 2010.

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