Having overseen Heimgartner's breakout 2020 season, which featured a maiden pole position and two podiums, team co-owner Kelly was keen watch his driver build on last year.
"We're very excited to continue our partnership with NED Whisky this season with Andre and build on some of the success we had last year," Kelly said.
"Getting that pole position and then a couple of podiums last year was a great result, considering everything that was going on behind the scenes, and we expect to keep pushing forward this year.
"We all have high expectations for Andre, there's no doubt in my mind that he can win races, he came very close to achieving that a couple of times last year.
"With the support of the Grove Group now, we have the resource and infrastructure in place to hopefully be able to give both drivers the opportunity to achieve success and take it to the front-runners.
"The whole team has been working extremely hard in the off-season to develop the cars and produce some new parts, so I’m looking forward to seeing how all of the changes perform once we get to the test day and then Bathurst."