Found November 18, 2011 on MyTeamRivals.com:
Joe Denette Motorsports announced on Friday that Ron Hornaday will join the team in 2012 to drive a No. 9 truck in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition."I'm very excited for the opportunity to work with JDM next season," Hornaday said. "This is a young team, and they have put a lot of the right people in place to win races and compete for a championship in 2012."JDM is wrapping up its first season of Truck Series competition in 2011 with Jason White as its one full-time driver. The organization plans to field the No. 9 for Hornaday full-time next year and field a second truck for select races.Hornaday is a four-time Camping World Truck Series champion with 54 wins, most of any driver in the series in both categories."We are proud to have a champion like Ron Hornaday joining our team," truck owner Joe Denette said. "It's not every day that a young organization gets the opportunity to bring a veteran driver like Hornaday on board. He...
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