- Alex Rullo
Alex Rullo will partner Simona De Silvestro in the PIRTEK Enduro Cup for a second year in 2019.
Rullo joined Nissan outfit Kelly Racing in 2018, alongside a Dunlop Super2 Series program with MW Motorsport.
The West Aussie made history in joining Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport for a full-time Supercars program in 2017.
Aged just 16 on the weekend of his debut in Adelaide, he became the youngest-ever Supercars driver, Lucas' older brother Paul Dumbrell the previous record holder.
Rullo ultimately split with LDM two events before the end of his rookie season.
His Supercars foray followed a single Super2 campaign in 2016 with LDM, finishing 17th in the points having taken sixth at Barbagallo Raceway and Sandown.
Rullo also contested a handful of Australian GT events during his third year of circuit racing.
In his final year of karting – which included finishing runner-up in the WA State Championships – Rullo also won the 2014 WA Hyundai Excel Championship.
At just 14 years of age, he won a V8 Touring Car Series race at Winton in 2015, and another at Queensland Raceway, on his way to second in the points and top rookie honours.
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