Rob Fuller And Steve Leavitt Form New Fabrication Company Dubbed LFR Chassis Inc.

Company principals Rob Fuller and Steve Leavitt announced the formation of LFR Chassis Inc. on Friday.

LFR ChassisA release from the company (Leavitt Fuller Racecars) stated they will: “provide cutting edge chassis that will be user friendly and provide high-end components and customer service to the top-tier modified and late model race teams.”

Both Leavitt and Fuller are well known throughout the racing community for their exploits on both the fabrication and competition sides of the sport.

Fuller, the primary owner of LFR Chassis, will be responsible for running the day-to-day operations, including customer relations and overseeing chassis construction.

“I really want to design and build a chassis that is on the cutting edge of technology and I think the timing is right and the racers are ready for it,” Fuller said in a release. “My focus will be the racers who want something different and a more custom part. I want a smaller clientele with higher customer service.”

Fuller is the race director for Draco Springs and also a part-time competitor on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

With four Super Late Models and three NASCAR Modifieds already on order, LFR plans to focus on the research and development in 2014 and offer full services in 2015.

“I’ve been in this industry for 50 years and I’ve never been more excited to start a new venture,” Leavitt said. “This is the first time in the history of NASCAR Modified racing that an experienced Cup chassis manufacturer is putting the same quality and technology in a modified chassis. We’re expecting to turn heads once we get these chassis out to the track.”

LFR Chassis will be based out of Mooresville, N.C. in 2014 before moving to a 25,000 square foot facility to be constructed in West Boylston, Mass. that is expected to open next year.

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  1. What if any effect will this have on other builders? (Spafco, CD, Race Works, Troyer, or the home built guys?) What will the trickle down be to the local tracks as these cars get sold off to lower divisions over the years. If they have the big southern money for R and D it is going to make it a mess like what happen to the Busch East series.

  2. Will be interesting for sure! I think it will raise the bar on the modified chassis. Will make everyone better in the long run. Can’t wait to see them at the track. Will be top of the line but can they get a big name driver and team in one?

  3. Anything that brings a little diversity to the Iroc Modified Tour is a good thing. It’s becoming painful watching 26 Troyer cars run 150 laps at Stafford.

  4. then way would he have 2 new troyer cars coming this month?

  5. I’m thinking because he has commitments to races and has some developmental things to work out with new chassis. Can’t race a chassis that doesn’t exist yet! I think it’s great! Can’t wait to see these cars. I have seen Robs equipment and it’s always top of the line. These cars will follow suit I’m sure!

  6. WOW! Just WOW! This chassis will be WAY ahead of its time. Will the old timers appreciate it will be the question! Heard Newman will race one at Loudon. That’s perfect!

  7. Rob won’t fail. It’s that simple. Steve is a smart guy to get involved with him. Go get em guys!

  8. What happened with this?

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