The Fury is stronger than ever before
The Fury continues to win at all levels of Motorsport. In the 750 Motor Club’s RGB series, Furys make up more than half the grid with front runners James Johnson, David Wale and Jon Thackray and race winners Dustin Barnes, Jamie Packham and Chris Seaman.
Fury’s are also competing for Kit Car race honours with Mark Conroy and Jonathan Weston Taylor.
Whether your interest is track days, sprints, hill climbs or racing, our team can help you get the best out of your Fury.
Repairing and supporting cars in the RGB championship (Road Going, Bike engine) as well as the Kit Car and Northern Sports Car & Saloon championships.
Here are some of the motorsport oriented features that are typically on offer:
• Lightweight chassis
• Lowered ride height
• Fully rose jointed suspensions
• IRS (independent rear suspension) designed for race and track
• Specially prepared shocks
• Trickshifter gear change system
• Digidash2 data logging and much more
Recent changes to the Fury
Although many people agree that the Christine Fury is one of the best handling and performance based cars they have ever driven, changes are just always going to happen – to make it that even bit better.
Constant works with the manufacturing base, means that upgrades both its facilities and techniques to produce even higher levels of quality to both chassis and suspension components, is able to happen.
In addition, changes to the materials that are used within designing and creating race cars and automotive vehicles have taken place. The use of fibreglass ensures that impact resistance with inherent rigidity and stable, UV fast colour whilst still being lightweight and low main low maintenance. There are still a number of UK manufacturers of fibreglass car mouldings. One of the best companies that we use is Stuart Pease based in Yorkshire, however I’m sure there are others.
Some of the improvements to the specification chassis are as follows:
The introduction of variable caster adjustment to enhance straight line stability and simplify SVA compliance.
Extra gusseting has been applied to strategic areas of the chassis to improve rigidity and further enhance the driving dynamics, along with cylinder head conversions.
Also by accommodating the latest designs and thinking in the area of suspension technology, racers will have wider options of spring rates to optimise both road and track use.
Additional stiffening and relocation of the differential mounts to facilitate a more straight forward installation.
All suspension components are now plated before powder coating to extend long term durability.
All chassis’ will now incorporate, as standard, mounting points for both 4- and 6-point harnesses at no extra cost. The location has been redesigned to make installation easier and optimise safety.