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Alex Rullo racing at Winton Raceway - Photo: Rhys Vandersyde

Alex Rullo racing at Winton Raceway – Photo: Rhys Vandersyde

After Turning 17 yesterday, Alex Rullo has been handed a full CAMS Superlicence, ready for this weekend’s Supercars round at Darwin.

Rullo, the youngest ever Supercars driver, had been running under special dispensation since the start of the year. Having not met the age or experience requirements for a the controversial Superlicence.

The Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport driver, has largely stayed out of trouble during the opening five rounds of the Championship said that pleased to achieve the licence milestone but won’t be changing his approach on track.

It’s a good thing to tick off but it doesn’t change too much on my end,” said Rullo.

“I’m not going to drive crazy or stupid now that I’ve got the full thing.”

“It hasn’t really been in my mind at all the past few rounds, I’ve just been driving like I normally do.”

Rullo will make his Hidden Valley debut this weekend and will be joined at LDM by veteran Cameron McConville.

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