Fury Race Cars Open For Business


MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Led by former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series crew chief Tony Eury Jr. and short-track ace Jeff Fultz, Fury Race Cars has purchased the intellectual property and manufacturing equipment from LFR Chassis and will build and service super late models and modified race cars.

“The new company gives us stability and room for more growth,” said Eury.  “Nothing is changing as far as manufacturing of the modified chassis or super late model chassis.  We will still be giving the customers the quality of parts they deserve at affordable pricing.”

“For all of our customers, having Fury Race Cars is going to allow us to give them the continued support that they expect,” said Fultz.  “We have hired some of the people that LFR recently let go and we believe our super late model and modified cars are among the most technologically advanced in the industry.”

Fury Race Cars will build and sell super late model and modified cars that are identical to what LFR has provided.  All customers that currently own LFR brand cars will be able to buy all replacement parts and service from Fury Race Cars.

One of the many reasons why Eury and Fultz believe in Fury Race Cars is because they both work on the cars, and Fultz is even willing to hop behind the wheel of the car himself to make sure that it’s as good as it can possibly be.  In fact, Fultz recently won in whats now known as a Fury Race Car.

“I believe in the cars because I was involved in the original design and engineering of the cars and they are a proven race winner,” Fultz said.  “I personally just won a race in the super late model at South Boston (Pro All Stars Series) only a couple weeks ago, so I know it’s a good car.”

LFR’s founder, Rob Fuller, will continue to operate LFR as a separate entity in the Northeast.  LFR will offer support and services to its base of LFR Modified racers by utilizing the cars and parts that will be manufactured by Fury Race Cars.