The BP Supercars All Stars Eseries has come to end, completing round 10 on Wednesday night.
The online racing took to Oran Park and Bathurst for the final two eraces, with David Reynolds evidently the most improved in the series.
With Reynolds not qualifying the best, he didn’t get the best starting positions for the races. Race 30 at Oran Park saw him start from 15th but couldn’t find a groove and crossed the line in P23.
The 34-year old started the Bathurst race from the back of the field in P29, and was then taken out in the opening lap, which caused substantial damage to the #9 Penrite Commodore. After pitting, Reynolds was able to re-join and continued to fight his way through the pack, finishing an impressive 16th.
David Reynolds reflects;
“Oran Park and Bathurst were good tracks to finish on for the series, but I just didn’t qualify well enough at either, so I put myself behind at the start of both races really.
“Whenever you start further back it just increases the risk of getting caught in any mess and you then spend the time trying to avoid it.
“It wasn’t to be, but overall I enjoyed the series. It took me a while to enjoy it and it was a big learning curve for me every single week.
“I didn’t think I would improve much at the start, but I did later in the series so that made it more fun to compete.
“It’s good that we are finished though and can have real life racing at the forefront of our minds again.’’
The Supercars prepare to head back to reality and take on the real-deal, heading to Sydney Motorsport Park, June 27-28.