David Reynolds has this morning discussed his landmark ten year contract with Erebus Motorsport, that will keep in the Virgin Australia Supercars Paddock until 2029.
The 34 year old was set to be off contract at the end of the 2019 season with speculation of his future rife, but this deal has settled all of that and is the biggest deal ever inked for the sport.
David Reynolds has been with Erebus since their move to Holden and Melbourne in 2016, playing a key role in it’s progression to a wining team. They’ve enjoyed a brilliant run of success together, winning the Bathurst 1000 in 2017 and six pole postions, four race wins and seventeen podiums.
” Im happy with my deal, and you play long terms games with long term people it makes sense” said Reynolds.
The teams have arrived in Pukekohe Park Raceaway and unveilved triputes to New Zealands’s reach history of motorsport ahead of this weekends ITM Aukland SuperSprint.
This year marks the seventh time drivers will compete for the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy at Pukekohe since it was first introduced in 2013. Richards’ former Tasman Motorsport teammate Jamie Whincup is the only repeat winner, claiming the trophy in 2015 and 2017.
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