Late model race car coloring pages

Super late models are the premier divisions of asphalt short track racing in the United States and Canada. They typically feature 600+ horse power engines under the hood of a custom built chassis weighing around 2,750 lbs. Most bodies are constructed from fiberglass and conform to the 2002 approved body configuration agreement. This standard, along with the widespread use of this style of racecar, allows teams to not only compete at local tracks but also to travel throughout the country hitting major events nationwide. Notable big-money super late model races include the Kern County Classic at Kern County Raceway in California, Summer Showdown in Evergreen Speedway, the Oxford 250 in Oxford, the All American 400 in Nashville, and the Snowball Derby in Pensacola.