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Championship

Position: 7
Points: 925
Penalty: 0
Average Qualifying Position: 7.0
Average Finishing Position: 8.6

About

Engineer: Brad Wischusen
Origins: Albury, NSW; July 3, 1985
Resides: Melbourne, VIC
Status: Partner, Tahan
Outside of Racing: Running, Cycling
Personal Vehicle: Ford Falcon FG X

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The 2015 season provides a year of opportunities for David Reynolds after a positive end to 2014.

A podium finish at Sydney Olympic Park and front-of-field performances at the Gold Coast and Phillip Island put the momentum well and truly in the likeable larrikin's hands.

As he enters his fourth season with Prodrive Racing, consistency will be key for Reynolds, after a lacklustre 2014 season.

Reynolds won multiple Australian titles on his way to earning a seat in the V8 Supercars Championship, including the national Formula Ford Championship in 2004 and the 2007 Porsche Carrera Cup crown.

He made his V8 Supercars debut in the same year as an endurance driver at Sandown and Bathurst, before driving in the Dunlop Series the following year.

Fourth place in the development category led to a full-time drive in V8 Supercars in 2009 and while he was the highest-placed rookie that year, there was no full-time drive for 2010, necessitating a move back into enduro driver mode.

He moved back to the main series for 2011 and a number of attention-grabbing performances led to team owner Rod Nash securing his services.

Renowned as a bit of a joker, Reynolds is also one of the fittest drivers on the grid and a keen cyclist.

Race Qualifying Finish Championship Position
Race 1 14 13 13
Race 2 6 17 14
Race 3 20 15 13
Race 4 5 6 11
Race 5 4 4 9
Race 6 2 11 8
Race 7 7 6 9
Race 8 7 7 9
Race 9 5 9 9
Race 10 3 4 9
Race 11 3 4 9
Race 12 3 6 9
Race 13 12 16 9
Race 14 13 10 9
Race 15 1 1 7