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3rd place V8 Supercars Phillip Island round
3rd place at the V8 Supercars Gold Coast round
Youngest driver in the world to win a Formula Ford Championship at the age of 15
2011 & 2010
Formula Ford Champion
At age 14 won the Mini Challenge 3 Hour Endurance event
At just 19 years of age, Andre Heimgartner found himself in arguably the world’s most gruelling and competitive formula of motorsport – V8 Supercars.
But the young kiwi – or ‘Kid Dynamite’ as some have affectionately labelled him – remains humble despite his fierce determination to succeed. From just 7 years of age, Andre Heimgartner found his calling. From karting to open wheelers, Heimgartner soon became New Zealand’s youngest-ever Formula Ford champion.
In January 2015, Andre Heimgartner officially arrived in V8 Supercars when the likeable Kiwi was announced as the lead driver for Super Black Racing. A technical alignment with the Ford factory team proved an even more stunning endorsement.
In 2017 Heimgartner made the switch to Porsche Carrera Cup. Upon his return to Australia, he co-drove at the Bathurst 1000 and later the Gold Coast 600. It was that drive which caught the eye of NISSAN Motorsport co-owner Todd Kelly to pursue Heimgartner to replace him and in 2018, Heimgartner was announced as returning to Supercars after just one year out of the category.
Bathurst 1000 Champion
Porsche Carrera Cup Champion
Australian Formula Ford Championship
From junior Go-Karting, through to open wheel Formula Ford, exotic sports cars and now V8 Supercars, David’s journey has overcome tragedy to triumph in the world’s most competitive formula of motorsport.
David’s infectious personality has earned him the tag of V8 Supercars ‘class clown’…but there’s no doubting his speed, talent and ability to hold an audience! Reynolds enjoyed a massive 2018 with Erebus Motorsport – his third season with the team, taking out 9 podiums and 3 race wins. The #9 pilot finished the year fifth in the Championship and also took out the Barry Sheene Medal for a second year in a row, one of the highest regarded motorsport awards.
2017 saw a huge year with Erebus Motorsport, where he took out the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 alongside Luke Youlden, a huge breakthrough for David and the team. Known for wearing his heart on his sleeve and unique podium celebrations, Reynolds found a new home at Erebus after losing his Prodrive Racing Australia seat despite finishing third in the 2015 championship.