Ilott will take part in his third IndyCar outing at the Long Beach Acura Grand Prix this weekend after also racing in Portland and Laguna Seca.
Next year he will run all 17 rounds of the IndyCar season, including five ovals, five urban courses and seven road courses.
“As we approach the final weekend of our three race west coast race, it’s great to announce that I will continue next year with Juncos Hollinger Racing for the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series season,” said Ilott, member of the Ferrari Driver Academy. “Obviously we’ve had a steep learning curve here the last few races trying to put everything in place.
“We had some real positives and know what we need to work on. Knowing what Ricardo Juncos and Brad Hollinger have in place for next season and especially during the winter of what we can do in testing, I really think we can put ourselves in a great position to start the 2022 season in strength.
“I look forward to continuing the work we are doing and heading into the winter to start a new journey here and I want to thank the Ferrari Driver Academy for allowing me to seize this opportunity. ”
Juncos Hollinger Racing team founder Ricardo Juncos added: “[Ilott’s] maturity, speed on track and comments are surprisingly good for turning 22.
“We were very impressed with his returns and Callum’s physical condition after Laguna. After a long, difficult race at Laguna, he got out of the car without even showing any signs of fatigue. Considering that Laguna was a full-fledged green flag race, Callum turned out to be in incredible shape.
“We know we’re not the fastest car on the track and we have a lot of development to do, but Callum is going out of his way to get everything out of the car and has shown great speed. Over the past few weeks, Callum has shown us that he is the right driver for our full time race next year, so we are delighted that he is joining our full time program.
“We will build our program in all areas and have time to test and continue our development as a team. I would like to thank Callum for their commitment to our new NTT IndyCar Series program and look forward to our full time team efforts next year.
Co-owner Brad Hollinger said: “Our goal was to find a talented driver for the last three races of the 2021 season so that we have a solid foundation for a full race in the 2022 season. Therefore, we were very happy. to have a driver like Callum to work on these last three races.
“He’s proven he can perform over the last two races in a variety of areas. Callum has maturity beyond his age and has a very enthusiastic personality. We knew we had the driver we wanted for the 2022 campaign after his strong performance in the Laguna test, especially in the later stages as his lap times were still equal in ninth and 10.e looks like a car.
“I am delighted that Callum has chosen Juncos Hollinger Racing to continue his racing career. The continuity this gives us throughout the winter and into next season is invaluable in creating a cohesive winning team.
“I couldn’t be more excited for the 2022 season and expect us to surprise people over the course of the year with Callum.”