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Team Principle

Jeremy Dale has lived exclusively in the world of motor racing for the past thirty years.  As a professional driver, Dale drove for General Motors, Nissan and Dodge factory teams in IMSA sports car endurance racing, including two World Sports Car wins at the Daytona 24-Hour (1994 and 1995).

Following a career-ending injury in 1995, Dale began working his way into the corporate and commercial sides of the racing business. Since his retirement from the cockpit, Dale has lead professional racing organizations, including five years as President of RuSPORT, a Champ Car and Toyota Atlantic team.

RuSPORT dominated the Atlantic championship in 2003, with nine wins, Rookie of the Year honors and the driver’s championship. In Champ Car (2004-07), working with drivers such as Justin Wilson, AJ Allmendinger, Cristiano de Matta and Ryan Briscoe, RuSPORT won multiple races and pole positions. In addition, Justin Wilson finished 2nd in the driver’s championship (2006 and 2007).

RuSPORT was also very successful from a commercial standpoint, having developed partnerships with companies such as Intel, CDW, HP, Plantronics, Gulfstream, Western Union, Red Bull, Oracle, Sandisk, Puma, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, EMC, Targus, Edge Tech Corp and others.


Crew Chief

Larry Ellert brings to JDX Racing thirty years of senior level race team management. Larry has worked in CART, ALMS, IndyCar and Champ Car paddocks; for the best teams in the business, including Forsythe Racing, Team Rahal, Holbert Racing, Porsche Motorsport and RuSPORT.

Larry brings a management style that embraces personal responsibility while demanding perfection in car preparation, safety and reliability. Understanding and dealing with the demands of commercial partners is always a balancing act for the individual in Larry’s role, and his extensive experience interacting with sponsors creates a seamless experience for JDX corporate partners.



Chief Engineer

Luke Goldenstein brings over 18 years of racing experience with him to JDX Racing, including a Championship in 2018. His career has seen stints in World Challenge, ChampCAR, NASCAR, INDYCar, ALMS, and IMSA.

With a degree in mechanical engineering, Luke started his career as a mechanic and fabricator, but soon found a home in the engineering department as a data engineer and designer.  He worked as an Assistant Race Engineer at multiple upper level INDYCar programs, giving him the knowledge and skills to make the jump to Race Engineer in ALMS GTC in 2013.

Luke and several other members of the JDX crew have accrued over 8 years experience working together.  This familiarity, coupled with the skills of each individual, creates an excellent team dynamic hard to find in racing.

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