The Kiwi, currently fourth in the City Index Porsche Carrera Cup, completed around 35 laps of test in Webb's car, getting down to some respectable lap times.
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Reid has limited V8 Supercars experience, having only competed in one V8 race – the 2003 Bathurst 1000 with Smiths Trucks Racing. The Holden entry he drove was eliminated from competition early in the race, meaning his experience was reduced to practice only.
Reid says that the test had a double meaning – showing the team his ability for a possible endurance seat for next year, plus gearing towards a full-time future in the class.
“Right now, my focus is to get a full-time career going in the V8 Supercars Championship,” he told Speedcafe.com.
“This test is a step forward and it would only mean the endurance drives with the Mother Energy team next year, but I'm looking for more than that in the future.
“The car was great to drive. I felt right at home, pretty much after the first few laps and I was able to belt out some reasonable times on the tyres we were on.”
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