Dave Shullick Jr. is a champion supermodified racer in the Midwest Supermodified Association (MSA) circuit who comes from a long history of drivers connected to the sport. Dave Shullick has raced supermodifieds, a style of open-wheeled racecars that compete on short tracks, for more than 12 years and has been established as one of one of the best and most dominating drivers on the track.
Over the course of nine years, Mr. Shullick has brought home three MSA championships and 32 career victories. His latest win came at the Town Money Saver 2012 opening at the Sandusky Speedway in Ohio, where he also celebrated his father Dave Shullick Sr.'s birthday, a successful supermodified racer in his own right who inspired Dave Shullick Jr. to participate in the sport.
Dave Shullick Jr. kicked off his career by earning the Rookie of the Year award at the Sandusky Speedway in 1999. He also earned the Tri-State Auto Club award for Asphalt Driver of the Year in 1999. He followed up his impressive rookie season as the Supermodified Series point champion in 2000, and the following year he was the inaugural race winner for MSA at the Sandusky Speedway. Mr. Shullick went on to become the MSA Points Champion for three years in a row in 2005, 2006, and 2007. He has also won six races on the International Supermodified Association circuit as well as three races at the Oswego Speedway in New York. Over the course of his career, he has set five track records.