More than “just” a high-powered version of the bread ‘n butter division of American grassroots racing, the Super Late Model ranks among the fastest race cars to ever hit the short track. Sure the Super Late Model has more than 550 horsepower, but that’s just for starters. Weighing-in at 2800 lbs and featuring a fully adjustable rear suspension, tons of downforce and the offset weight distribution of a straight rail chassis, the Super Late Model is a cross between a Modified and a NASCAR XFINITY car. In fact, the Super Late Model is capable of generating higher cornering speeds than a NASCAR Sprint Cup Chevrolet SS, Ford Fusion or Toyota Camry.
Like its real world counterpart, the iRacing.com Super Late Model Series brings out the very best short track competitors; drivers with their eyes on the iRacing pro series or who are happy just where they are, racing a thoroughbred car in some of the fiercest racing in online motorsports.