“This was a heck of a way to end our four-race stretch with Fury Race Cars. We missed the setup a little bit at the start, running 14th to 16th in the first two stages, but everyone worked so hard to dial in the car. We made some good adjustments to make our NETTTS Mustang pretty sporty at the end, had some good restarts and fought our way back to another top 10. I’m so proud of everyone at Fury Race Cars; You can’t be disappointed any day that you’re in the top 10, especially in the situation we’re in, so I’m pretty excited about that. I really hope I have some good news to announce soon in regard to more races this season.”
“Between K&N and Trucks, I have many laps around Iowa Speedway, just not in an Xfinity car. I feel like I've had some really good runs there and a lot speed in the past, so I'm looking forward to getting on track in our NETTTS Mustang. Our program has been getting better each and every week, so I'm very confident that we're going to unload another fast piece this weekend. The nice part about this weekend is there's no Cup guys in our race, so we get to duke it out amongst the Xfinity regulars. Hopefully we can back up our strong performance at Michigan with another solid showing this weekend. This is currently our last scheduled race with Fury 2018, so it's our opportunity to get our name out there and see if we can lock down some sponsorship to run more races this year.”
“What a day for Fury Race Cars. My NETTTS Mustang was really good all day, with a lot of speed and perfect handling. We came from the back twice and somehow managed to get stage points in both stages; I can't believe we did that. I got to lead some laps, and when the caution came out after we took the lead and the rain was on the horizon, I really thought that we had won the race. I wish the rain had come a little earlier or that I at least went into Turn 1 on that final lap with my rear wheels on the ground, but that so much fun. I like this aero package for this specific track a lot. I can’t thank everyone on the team enough for their passion and tireless work. This is how we need to perform to continue running this year."
“I’ve only ever raced at Michigan once in a Truck, so it's not a track that I would say I know super well. With the aero package this weekend, I think we're going to see a very different kind of race there than ever before. I'm hoping that it will play to my strengths, because we are predicting a plate-track style of racing on Saturday. I've had success in the past at Daytona, so maybe I can bring some of that past experience to the table. Fury Race Cars has been overachieving so far, and I'm confident that this weekend will be no exception. I'm so proud of everyone on this team and what they have been able to accomplish already, and we're only halfway through our four-race deal.”
"We battled up front a few times today and it was a lot of fun to be up there, but we ultimately just lacked a little raw speed to hold it. We knew this package, at a track like Pocono, would be a little bit of a wild card coming into it, and it seems to be very equipment-dependent, much like the Trucks. We’ve got some ideas on how to be better with this package next weekend at Michigan, so hopefully we will come back much stronger. It still was not a bad day for Fury Race Cars at all, and it is a testament to how hard our team has worked in the last few weeks.”
“I love going to Pocono because it's one of the quirkiest tracks on the circuit. I've done two races there before in ARCA and Trucks, with a pole in the ARCA race. With our aero package this weekend, however, I'm not sure how much prior experience is going to matter. Nobody knows exactly what to expect or what kind of racing style we will see on Saturday, so I have to be prepared for anything. In a way, I think it puts me on a more level playing field as a rookie, because the guys with dozens of races at Pocono will be trying to figure out the package just as I am. Our debut performance at Charlotte is going to be hard to follow up, but that's not stopping anyone here at Fury Race Cars from working hard to get even better. I can't wait to see how it goes.”
“This race was fantastic. It was a successful debut for [Fury Race Cars]. This car was great from when we unloaded, and we only got it better. Our balance at the end of the race was perfect. I can’t say enough about how hard everyone has worked. I don’t think anyone’s slept in the last week and a half. I hope they’re excited now, because this made all their hard work pay off. Huge shout out to everyone at Fury Race Cars, Ford Performance and Roush-Yates Engines. There’s a lot to be excited about from this race. I think I speak for everybody when we say that this was a wildly successful day for us. I’m looking forward to the next three races. We’re going to have a blast."
“These two weeks off have been anything but ‘off’ for us here at Fury Race Cars. We've had a very short amount of time to kickstart the new Xfinity program, but everyone here has done a tremendous job getting our car together. Even though this is a new team, I already have chemistry with everyone at Fury from prior experience. We've been busy, but we're already having fun together and we're looking forward to continuing that atmosphere at Charlotte this weekend. Charlotte has always felt like a second home track to me, even though this will only be my second race on the big track. I'm beyond thankful for everyone who has helped this program come together so quickly. Let's go see what we can do!”