Second-generation supermodified car racer Dave Shullick Jr. has had a successful, decade-long career on the track. He has won 30 races in all, including six races in the International Supermodified Association (ISMA). David Shullick Jr. currently ranks 18th on the ISMA’s all-time wins list.
Founded in 1974, the ISMA originally sought to improve supermodified racing by running more events, offering better purses, and improving safety conditions. The organization grew quickly, and within five years it was offering more than $100,000 in points and race money per season. Today it runs between 13 and 17 races annually and offers a minimum starting purse of $1,000 to its race teams.
The 2013 ISMA season begins Saturday May 4 at Oswego Speedway in Oswego, New York. Events continue throughout the summer and early fall before finishing in late October with the World Series of Racing at Thompson International Speedway in Connecticut. To find more information on the ISMA and its 2013 series of races, visit it online at www.ismasupers.com.