Headquartered in Sherrills Ford, North Carolina, JJL Motorsports is a well-established multi-series professional race team competing in the ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.
Founded in 2005, JJL Motorsports has competed competitively in the Truck Series annually with driver and NASCAR Next alumnus Jesse Little since 2015.
Proven to be a top contender in the Truck Series and long-term plans to expand their program during the 2018 and 2019 seasons, industry veteran Matt Noyce will guide the team’s operations as competition director and crew chief beginning with their first event at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway in February 2018.
As part of its long-term grown strategy, JJL Motorsports recently switched manufacturers for the upcoming season from Toyota to Ford. To assist with the change, the team acquired equipment from championship-caliber Brad Keselowski Racing (BKR) during the off-season.
In addition to a balanced schedule, JJL Motorsports offers driver and competition development programs with a vision to build long-term partnerships with drivers and marketing partners in ARCA and the Truck Series respectively.
As part of their structure, JJL provides driver development, competitor development, technical services, testing consultation and driver coaches’ services. This season in NASCAR, Little and other available JJL drivers will be running in a limited NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and ARCA schedule.
The organization is actively pursuing working with other drivers who are devoted to making that next leap in competitive equipment, while also nesting a home for established or veteran drivers looking for a competitive platform.
JJL Motorsports Team Overview:
JJL Motorsports is owned and operated by Jason Little, who has a 40-year storied career of racing history with father Chuck Little and brother Chad Little during his 400 plus starts at NASCAR’s top series levels.
Jason Little’s racing background flashes back to the 80s when he worked for father Chuck Little at Spokane (Wash.) Fairgrounds Speedway and Stateline Speedway as track crew and facility operations.
Chuck Little owned and operated multiple racing facilities in the 1980s’s as part of NASCAR’s Home Tracks and regional racing series events. The elder Little led a path to three generations of drivers as he began racing in the 1960’s including starts in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) and multiple starts as part of NASCAR’s Home Tracks and Regional Series.
Competition Director / Crew Chief Matt Noyce:
The leader of JJL Motorsports is industry veteran Matt Noyce.
Noyce has been working with JJL Motorsports since 2015 and has provided competition and crew chief leadership since the team’s inaugural run.
Last year, in addition to his roles as JJL Motorsports Crew chief, Noyce also served as the car chief for Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick at Stewart-Haas Racing’s NASCAR XFINITY Series program.
A native of North Carolina, Noyce’s background includes leadership roles and crew chief responsibilities for multiple drivers in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series and ARCA Racing Series respectively.
Matt Noyce gives JJL a proven winning attitude atop each pit box and his experience and ability will further strengthen the development of team’s initiative to develop young drivers, while also leading veteran drivers including JJL primary driver Jesse Little to compete for wins each weekend.
Noyce’s resume accomplishments include victories in the ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR K&N Pro Series and Late Models and top-five finishes in the NASCAR XFINITY and Truck Series respectively as Car Chief.
JJL Motorsports Racing Milestones:
- In 2017, JJL Motorsports with driver Jesse Little completed in four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events with the 1 top-10 finish and three top-10 qualifying efforts. Additionally, JJL Motorsports had its breakout event to date qualifying in the top 5 and running in the top 3 for most of the race at Dover, DE.
- From 2012-2015, JJL Motorsports has its most productive seasons in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series with two wins, two poles, 18 top-five and 28 top-10s.