Involved in formula car racing since its inception in 1994, JDC MotorSports has established itself as one of the leading junior open-wheel teams in North America. Initially making its mark in the F2000 class of club racing competition, JDC MotorSports was soon a team worth watching in the pro ranks. Expanding into Pro Mazda in 2005, the Minnesota-based team remained focused on not only challenging for top honors, but also helping develop young drivers.
Over the years, JDC MotorSports has won numerous races and championships. JDC captured both the driver and team titles in the 2007 Pro Mazda Championship (formerly Star Mazda), with Rookie of the Year Dane Cameron scoring a series-high three wins. The Minnesota-based team followed that up with a second Pro Mazda title with Rookie of the Year Adam Christodoulou, and the F2000 Championship title with Chris Miller in 2009.
JDC continued its winning ways one year later, earning the Rookie of the Year award in Pro Mazda with Connor De Phillippi, and scoring a non-points win in USF2000 National with Mikhail Goikhberg. The junior formula car standout secured its third Pro Mazda title in 2011 with Tristan Vautier, in addition to scoring a win in USF2000 with Luke Ellery, as well as making its Prototype Lites Championship debut, earning five podium finishes. JDC MotorSports added to its Pro Mazda win tally, USF2000 podium total in 2012, and finished as the Prototype Lites Championship runner-up. Last season, JDC MotorSports once again secured podium finishes in both the Pro Mazda and USF2000, and was victorious in Prototype Lites with Goikhberg.