Reynolds leads the way in final practice at Townsville
Rod Nash Racing's David Reynolds set the quickest time in final practice at the Sucrogen Townsville 400.
"The lap I did to get first wasn't that great so with new tyres in qualifying we will be much faster tomorrow," said Reynolds.
"Over one lap we have great pace but in recent times we haven't quite had the pace in the races so we are working really hard to work on having the same pace in the race.
"I need to work on a few things too but we have started in the right way."
Reynolds led home Tekno Autosports pair Michael Patrizi and Jonathon Webb, who bumped early pacesetter Jamie Whincup into fourth.
Fabian Coulthard, Tim Slade, Todd Kelly, Dean Fiore, Lee Holdsworth and Craig Lowndes completed the top 10, with Holdsworth ending the session in the wall following an off, escaping with only minor damage to his Falcon.
Will Davison was 11th in his factory Ford but fared better than Mark Winterbottom, who again was down the timesheets with the 23rd quickest time.
Shane van Gisbergen gave James Moffat a bump up the rear at turn five with three minutes remaining, while Garth Tander spun midway through in the only incidents of the session.
Jacques Villeneuve made it back on track in his repaired Pepsi Max Crew Commodore following his crash at the end of the third practice session, but he couldn't get off the bottom of the timesheets in 28th place.
Villeneuve was almost three seconds off the pace as he adapted to the Commodore, completing 15 laps in the session.
Qualifying for Race 14 gets underway at 11:20am local time tomorrow (Saturday), followed by the Shootout at 1:10pm and the 72-lap Race 14 at 3:35pm.
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