Bathurst Supercars: Reynolds Surprised by Penalty
The Grove Racing driver, David Reynolds, found himself in an unexpected situation during the latest Bathurst Supercars race. While among the lead group, a safety car period created an awkward exchange between Reynolds and Broc Feeney at the safety car line.
Feeney had decided to pit while Reynolds chose to stay out on the track. As the pair approached Hell Corner, where the pit lane rejoins the racetrack, things got interesting.
An Awkward Encounter at the Safety Car Line
At the exact moment the safety car was deployed, Feeney was exiting the pit lane and Reynolds was rounding Hell Corner. This led to a close encounter between the two drivers at the safety car line.
With Feeney slightly ahead, both vehicles crossed the safety car line simultaneously, causing a split-second decision for race officials to determine who had the advantage.
A Surprise Penalty Decision
To the surprise of Reynolds and many spectators, it was decided that Feeney had a slight advantage and would not be penalized for the incident. As a result, Reynolds faced the consequences and was given a penalty.
This penalty left Reynolds blindsided, as he felt the decision was unjust considering the circumstances. He expressed his frustration after the race and vowed to contest the penalty.
Despite the setback, Reynolds remains determined to bounce back in the upcoming races. He is focused on regaining his position among the top drivers and proving his capabilities on the track.
As the Bathurst Supercars season continues, fans eagerly await future battles and unpredictable moments that make motorsport so thrilling.