Supercars Larrikin David Reynolds cut the relationship with Erebus Motorsport to a 10-year contract in just one season – the longest driver contract in Australian motor racing history.
The 2017 Bathurst 1000 champion signed a « lifetime » contract to stay with the team at the end of 2019, but things didn’t go according to plan this year.
Reynolds had an excruciating year 2020, could not win a race in his Holden Commodore ZB and finished 12th in the points table. place.
Erebus owner Betty Klimenko said it was an unfortunate decision to part ways with Reynolds after five seasons.
« Unfortunately, David has decided that his future lies elsewhere and we don’t want to stop him from taking another path, » she said.
« David has to do what is best for him and we have to do what is best for the future and long-term stability of our team. «
« I preferred to stay with Erebus but unfortunately it’s time for me to move on, » said the 35-year-old.
« The team is made up of a fantastic group of people with whom I have built very close relationships and I am proud of what we have achieved together. «
Erebus was already looking for a driver after Anton De Pasquale left in November to join Dick Johnson Racing in the Scott McLaughlin era.
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