Decision to recommit to Erebus Motorsport a "no-brainer" for David Reynolds

SOLID WEEKEND: Albury's David Reynolds continued his fine form last weekend at the Townsville round of the Supercar championship with ninth and 11th place finishes.
SOLID WEEKEND: Albury's David Reynolds continued his fine form last weekend at the Townsville round of the Supercar championship with ninth and 11th place finishes.

Albury Supercar driver David Reynolds has signed a new deal to remain with the Erebus Motorsport squad beyond the end of this season.

Although not spilling on the details, Reynolds confirmed today that pen has been put to paper.

“I’m stating the obvious a bit, I told them I wasn’t talking to anyone else and wasn’t going anywhere else,” he said.

Reynolds joined the Melbourne-based team last season and went on to score the team’s first Holden podium in the last round of the year.

Since then, the team has been on an upward spiral, with Reynolds scoring another podium at Phillip Island earlier this year.

“I’m extremely happy with everything and I think they’re happy with me,” Reynolds said.

“We have a really good group of people that are passionate about what they do and are also able to have a good time.

“I’ve enjoyed racing cars more than I ever have, so for me it’s a no-brainer.”

Team owner Betty Klimenko shared similar thoughts.

“The partnership between Dave, myself and the team is basically a lifetime commitment, we don’t see that changing,” she said.

“What we have now is the perfect fit and the contract is just a formality, although I can now say that it is signed.”

Reynolds and his team takes good momentum to Queensland Raceway in Ipswich for the next round in two weeks time.

He currently sits ninth in the championship with Scott McLaughlin leading six-time champion Jamie Whincup by six points heading into the second half of the season.