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- He had also been announced as one of the drivers of JD Motorsports' No. 15 car, splitting the ride with other drivers.
- Kertus Davis joined the team at Kentucky and ran the rest of season in No. 49 after leaving his family owned JD Motorsports team, his best finish being 35th.
- A crew member from JD Motorsports teammate Garrett Smithley was taken to the hospital with a head injury after the fight.
- Wallace drove for JD Motorsports in the Nationwide Series full-time during the 2013 season.
- For 2014, Earnhardt moved full-time to the Nationwide Series, driving the No. 4 Chevrolet for JD Motorsports.
- On September 7, 2018, it was announced that Houff would make his 2018 Xfinity debut with JD Motorsports' No. 4 entry at Richmond.
- He also signed on as a full-time driver of the No. 01 JD Motorsports in the Nationwide Series.
- He also ran 5 races for JD Motorsports.
- On January 31, Chastain announced he would return to the No. 4 JD Motorsports ride for 30 races, replacing Blake Koch, who stepped away to focus on business ventures.
- Preece joined JD Motorsports full-time in 2016, driving the No. 01 Chevrolet in the Xfinity Series.
- He spent 2008 as a test driver for JR Motorsports, and ran the final race of the season in the No. 0 JD Motorsports Chevy.
- Lepage joined JD Motorsports in their No. 87 for the next three races.
- He then joined JD Motorsports in 2015, replacing Jeffrey Earnhardt.
- In February 2019, it was announced that Leicht will drive the No. 01 full-time for JD Motorsports.
- He drove two races for JD Motorsports at Richmond and Indianapolis when Ty Dillon was using his 51.
- A deal was made with JD Motorsports for the No. 43 to run Chevrolets at the COT races.
- Lepage would finish the season start and parking the No. 74 in four races, failing to qualify the No. 86 at Bristol and running JD Motorsports's No. 4 car in races at Mid-Ohio and Kentucky with finishes of 20th and 19th respectively.
- In 2020, Starr moved to JD Motorsports No. 6 car.
- On February 16, 2016, it was announced that Smithley would race for JD Motorsports, driving the No. 0 Chevrolet Camaro, and would also compete for the NASCAR Rookie of the Year honors.
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