Delaware, Ontario (Aug. 21, 2015) – Dave Shullick Jr. opened the ISMA season with a last lap pass win at Delaware International Speedway in May. Shullick of North Ridgeville, Ohio came back strong to win the 75-lap ISMA Super Modified main event presented by Don-Mor Carstar Friday evening in front of a packed house at Delaware Speedway. Shullick, who started fourth in the event, was the ISMA points leader entering the evening and his strong performance ensures that he left the night with that lead intact. It was Shullick's third win of the 2015 season.
Waterford, CT (Aug. 8, 2015) – Mike Lichty's first-ever ISMA career win came at the New London Waterford Speedbowl on May 29, 2010. After some rough times this season he was more than happy to be standing in victory lane Saturday night after the ISMA 50 as part of Wings and Wheels night. Starting fifth in the 18-car field, Lichty caught up to leader Chris Perley, who was mired behind a back-marker for many laps, finally using that same car as a pick to get by both for the lead with fifteen to go. The race, which only saw one quick caution, was completed in less than 15 minutes.
Lee, NH (Aug. 7, 2015) – Ohioan Dave Shullick Jr., was no a stranger to victory lane when he pulled into it at Lee USA last night. He had won the Ollie Silva Classic in 2008 driving the Clyde Booth 61. Friday night he brought his Bodnar-built 95, nicknamed Fire, to continue his quest for a first-ever ISMA championship in 2015. And, winning the 75-lap grind over some of winged supermodified's best, certainly helped his cause. Going into Lee he was the point leader. He came away with an even stronger lead.
Sandusky, OH – July 25, 2015 – Jon McKennedy became the seventh different ISMA winner this season when he came home with a first-ever Hy-Miler 100 win Saturday night. While Jon had not been in victory lane at this prestigious race which dates back 38 years, the car he was driving had been. Last season owners Clyde and Susan Booth stood in victory lane with Lou Cicconi who took his first ever Hy-Miler victory in the same car. For Chelmsford, Mass. driver McKennedy it was his seventh ISMA victory and the biggest to date. Jon acknowledged that fact in victory lane.