|Series||Camping World Truck Series|
|Race drivers||Gray Gaulding (#20)
Brennan Newberry (#24)
|Debut||2011 NextEra Energy Resources 250|
After Thornburg, Virginia native Joe Denette was laid off from his job in 2009, he entered the lottery. Denette matched six numbers in a May 1 drawing and won 75.6 million, but took 47.8 of it. With the money, Denette contacted fellow Virginian Hermie Sadler about starting his own team in the Camping World Truck Series. After consulting then team owner Kevin Harvick, Denette founded his own team in 2011. Denette hired another Virginian, Jason White, who brought sponsorship from GunBroker.com. Coincidentally, Denette bought 23 lottery tickets for his big pay day, and White's sponsor carried the number 23. Hermie's brother Elliott Sadler drove a second truck, the #24, for a few races near the end of the season. The team endured some growing pains in 2011, though they scored seven top tens, White finished 15th in points.
White and GunBroker left JDM at the end of 2011 to form their own team. As a result, Denette hired unemployed champion Ron Hornaday to drive the newly numbered 9 truck for 2012, and subsequently hired 2011 K&N Pro Series East champion Max Gresham. Gresham left the team early in the season, and Hornaday went winless.
In December 2012, the team merged with NTS Motorsports, and adopted the latter's name to run the No. 9 truck with Hornaday, the No. 24 truck with Brennan Newberry, and the No. 14 truck with several drivers including Kevin Harvick for the 2013 season. At the Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Nelson Piquet, Jr. took over the No. 9.
For 2014, NTS will run Newberry as well as teenager Gray Gaulding in the Truck Series on a limited schedule, with other drivers to fill in the remaining races
- "Joe Denette Motorsports Merges With NTS Motorsports". SPEED Channel. Fox Sports. December 5, 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-06.
- "NELSON PIQUET, JR. JOINS NTS MOTORSPORTS FOR SEASON FINALE AT HOMESTEAD-MIAMI SPEEDWAY". NTS Motorsports. Retrieved 2013-12-25.