David Reynolds has been named the winner of the Barry Sheene Medal for the second year in succession.
The Erebus Motorsport driver was voted as recipient of the sport’s best and fairest award which is named after former motorcycle world champion and Supercars commentator Barry Sheene, who passed away in 2003.
Reynolds was selected after an impressive year on track, where he won three races, five pole positions and nine podium finishes, included a stellar final weekend in Newcastle where he finished second and first.
The 33-year-old finished fifth in the standings which represents his best result in the series to date with Erebus.
He provided the sport with one of the more heartbreaking moments of the year when suffering severe cramp when defending his Bathurst 1000 title which caused him to drop from P1 to P13.
Scott McLaughlin was also honoured at the Gala Awards in Sydney on Monday night after pipping Shane van Gisbergen to a maiden Supercars title.
The return of night racing at the Sydney Supernight 300 was chosen as the Best Event while McLaughlin also picked up Most Popular driver award.