Jamie Going, JamSport team principal, said:
From the moment we started working with Ant, we have been a successful partnership and it is fantastic that he will be part of the driver line-up as we return to the BTCC package next season.
“There is no doubt that there will be a lot more interest in the MINI Challenge next year and that the profile of the series is going to be raised, so to have a driver of Ant’s calibre and experience back behind the wheel is hugely important for us.
“Not only is he someone who we know will be a contender for the title, he is also someone who will help to push on and develop the other drivers in our line-up.
“We want to be racing in the BTCC in the future and are actively working towards making the step up to touring cars with Ant. We bring the best out of each other and I’m confident that we can enjoy a strong 2020 season together to take us a step closer to our goal.”

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