P-63A King Cobra NX69901 raced in the 1946 National Air Races flown by Howard Lilley and sponsored by the Ohio Ball Bearing company.
John Sandberg's bright red P-63 N62822 began its racing career in this simple scheme
After John Sandberg sold his P-63 racer it became "What Price Speed", retaining its characteristic bright red paint scheme and most of its other markings.
Bell P-63 King Cobra N62822 adopted the name "King Cobra" during the 1980s but retained the majority of its previous racing modifications and bright red scheme.
Chuck Tucker's modified his cross-country racer for pylon racing by clipping the wings to a little under 29 feet span. In 1949 it raced in this "Easter Egg" purple scheme.
The Fighter Collection, based at Duxford, UK, operated P-63 King Cobra N62822 in this Soviet scheme from 1988 until it was destroyed in a fatal accident in 1990.