Used in series like the CARS Late Model Stock Tour and throughout the Carolinas, the Late Model Stock Car is an important step in the career of many of stock car racing’s top stars. The names that have progressed through the series on the way to national-level glory range from current NASCAR Xfinity Series front-runners like Josh Berry, Sam Mayer, and Myatt Snider to NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series drivers like Hailie Deegan and Christian Eckes and even 2023 NASCAR Cup Series rookie Ty Gibbs.
The Late Model Stock Car is powered by a 350 cubic inch engine—both crate and custom engines are available—that produces well over 400 horsepower. Fiberglass body panels help keep the car on the lighter side, but are still durable enough to take on the full-contact nature of short track racing. LMSC racing puts on some of the best shows in short track racing anywhere it goes, and the CARS Tour takes them to many of iRacing’s most popular short tracks, including Southern National Motorsports Park, Hickory Motor Speedway, Langley Speedway, South Boston Speedway, and North Wilkesboro Speedway.