The Lincolnshire based team, who are former two-time champions in the Ginetta G40 Cup, will be running second year contender Harri Reynolds, Winter Series debutants Liona Theobald and James Wyres, and championship rookie Ella Lloyd.
Reynolds (15, Wales) was one of the leading rookies in the championship last year, scoring nine class podium finishes. A maiden overall top three came in the Winter Series, with his performances in 2021 securing him a slot on the young driver programme of leading BTCC team Motorbase Performance.
After reaching the final ten of the Ginetta Junior Scholarship in November, Wyres (14, Nottinghamshire) went on to make his debut in the Winter Series the following weekend. He scored a best result of 16th on two occasions.
Theobald (16, Hampshire) also made her Ginetta Junior bow during the Winter Series, recording a highest finish of 18th overall. Lloyd (16, Wales) is a newcomer to the Ginetta paddock meanwhile, and joins the grid with previous experience in karting, rallying and ice driving.
Jim Edwards, Assetto Motorsport Team Manager: “We’re really excited by our driver line-up for the 2022 Ginetta Juniors. Harri showed huge potential last season and was one of the fastest drivers on the grid in the last few rounds, so he’s ready to hit the ground running and enjoy a good start to the year.
“After strong starts in the Winter Series, we’re looking forward to seeing Liona and James progress over the course of their rookie seasons. They’ve both shown a lot of promise in testing, as has Ella as she gets ready for her racing debut.”
The Ginetta Junior Championship is the UK’s longest running and most prestigious Junior series, offering the first step on the motorsport ladder for 14-17 year old racing drivers as they compete on the support bill for the British Touring Car Championship.