Alex Rullo returns to the Dunlop Super2 Series in 2018 after his Supercars season with Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport, having also explored overseas options.
Rullo made history as the youngest-ever Virgin Australia Supercars Championship driver last year, just 16 on the weekend of his debut in Adelaide.
Funnily enough, the record was previously held by Lucas’s older brother Paul Dumbrell.
The teenager’s best race result of 15th came at Bathurst, his penultimate event before splitting with the team.
His Supercars foray followed a single Super2 campaign in 2016 with LDM, finishing the year 17th in the points having taken sixth at Barbagallo Raceway and Sandown.
Rullo also contested a handful of Australian GT events in 2016, his third year of circuit racing.
In his final year of karting, finishing runner-up in the WA State Karting 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, with another at Queensland Raceway following on his way to second in the points and top rookie honours.
Rullo teams up with MW Motorsport this year, driving one of its three Nissan Altimas.
He will also contest the PIRTEK Enduro Cup in an Altima, sharing Simona De Silvestro's Nissan Motorsport entry.
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