Reynolds still in 2020 Supercars silly season frame
David Reynolds could still play a part in the 2020 Supercars silly season, with a fresh Erebus deal yet to be signed.
The Bathurst 1000 winner has long been expected to re-sign with Erebus, having built a happy home at the Holden squad since joining back in 2016.
And while an extension of his Erebus agreement is still the most likely outcome, a new deal is yet to be finalised with negotiations ongoing.
The absence of a new agreement has coincided with speculation that other teams, including Tickford Racing and Walkinshaw Andretti United, have shown interest in securing Reynolds' services for 2020.
A shock Tickford move would mark a return to the squad that Reynolds left after the 2015 season.
A WAU deal, meanwhile, could feasibly see Reynolds paired with Chaz Mostert in a new-look high-profile line-up. However it would also require significant investment in wages for the former factory Holden squad, with Mostert and Reynolds both part of the Supercars' A Grade.
Reynolds has been tight-lipped on his future, only confirming that talks with Erebus are ongoing when contacted by Motorsport.com.
Erebus has already re-signed highly-rated young gun Anton De Pasquale for next season.
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