After all, how do you top doing a shoey, throwing a pot plant off a podium, or whacking your co-driver in the nads with the Armor All mascot‚Äôs hammer?
‚ÄúThey all wanted me to do something stupid,‚ÄĚ he told the FOX Motorsport Supercars Podcast.
‚ÄúIt was very different ‚ÄĒ a lot different than what we‚Äôre used to doing.
‚ÄúI had no idea what it was and what we were doing (in advance), and I can‚Äôt plan for things, it has to be spur of the moment.
‚ÄúI wanted to roll out there naked, but they said ‚Äėdon‚Äôt‚Äô, and that ruined all my ideas!‚ÄĚ
Given the key role the Red Rooster Grid Kids played in the theatrics, it was for the best.
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Reynolds‚Äô conservative approach was mirrored by much of the field.
Sure, there were high points.
Rick Kelly rode out on a Honda monkey bike; Scott McLaughlin did the floss dance with his grid kid. Lee Holdsworth did the sprinkler.
Garth Tander walked out with his children Scarlett and Sebastian, while Scott Pye, Chaz Mostert and Todd Hazelwood also put their own twist on the smile-and-wave routine.
Although, given 300km of hard racing lay ahead, perhaps it‚Äôs no surprise that much of the field was a bit subdued.
‚ÄúAt the start of the race you‚Äôre not really concentrating on being a loose cannon,‚ÄĚ Reynolds said.
‚ÄúYou‚Äôre concentrating on the race ‚ÄĒ and that‚Äôs when I become a little bit serious.‚ÄĚ
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NASCAR are the masters of the driver introduction, and no NASCAR race does them better than the annual night race at Bristol.
Part of the flair is that the drivers pick their own walkout song.
When asked what Reynolds would choose, he said: ‚ÄúI‚Äôd have to go with something really, really s*** and left-of-field.
‚ÄúSomething like The Seekers or ABBA, something like that.‚ÄĚ
If you have any suggestions for walkout songs for Reynolds, tweet us @fox_motorsport.