Fury Race Cars is ready to take its machines to a whole new level.  The new company, which fabricates and services Late Model and Modified race cars based out of Mooresville, North Carolina, is led by former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series crew chief Tony Eury Jr. and successful short track racer Jeff Fultz.


The company now owns the rights to the intellectual property that comprised LFR Chassis and is now fabricating cars under the Fury brand.  Any teams , whether Late Model or Modified, that currently compete with a LFR Chassis, can have their cars serviced by Fury Race Cars.  A complete race car can also be purchased straight from Fury Race Cars.


S 51 TV Network red“We bought all the assets and manufacturing rights to the LFR Chassis,” said Eury, the General Manager of Fury Race Cars.  “LFR Northeast now is a dealer for Fury Race Cars; we are our own entity.  Fultz and I feel like we’ll be able to keep the racers happy.  We’re looking at prices that’ll be in line with what the real racers can stand.  Plus, we are looking at making the overall product even better than it was.”


Eury also reiterated Fury’s position on at-track service, which he said will be second-to-none.


“Jeff (Fultz) handles the at-track support, so he’ll be at most of these races,” said Eury.  “He’ll be at majority of the major races throughout the rest of the season to support our clients and talk to potential new ones as well.”


Since the announcement of the formation of Fury Race Cars, Eury said the response has been about as positive as he could have hoped for.


“Everybody I’ve talked to has been really upbeat and really excited,” he said.  “We’re not even really pushing to sell cars right now because we know the build season isn’t until October.


“We’re taking this time to build inventory, get pricing correct, get a website, get a Facebook, things like that,” admitted Eury said.  “We’re trying to do all of those small things to promote our business.  We are always servicing our current customers and there are plenty of good things coming.   We’re making sure that when we do crack the whip and go full bore, we’re ready to rock and roll.”


Anyone needing parts, service or wanting to buy a new race car, should call the Fury Race Cars shop at 704-862-0102.


For more information about Fury Race Cars, please visit its website, www.furyracecars.com.  If you have a question for Fury, you can contact a representative through email at [email protected]


-51 Sports Press Release

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