Musi wins second NPK event of 2019 in Madison, Illinois

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

For the second consecutive Street Outlaws No Prep Kings race, a female has won. In fact, it is the same female, who has won.

Lizzy Musi in Aftershock — also named Honey Badger — defeated Ryan Martin in the Fireball Camaro on Saturday night. She won the $40,000 for the win at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway in Madison, Illinois.

Money (Photo by Pixabay)

Musi became the first female when she won the second event of the season at New England Dragway.

She has won two of the first three races of the season. Martin won the first race of the season that was postponed until May 24th in Epping, New Hampshire due to rain in Mechanicsville, Maryland on May 4.

When Musi won over Memorial Day weekend, her parents were there to see her win. This time; however, her father Pat was working, as he is the crew chief for Chad Green’s Pro Mod operation.

Green is competing this weekend at the 19th annual NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals at Bristol Dragway in Bristol, Tennessee.

The NPK series will have nearly a month off before their next event. Event No. 4 of Season 3 will take place on July 12th and 13th at Firebird Raceway in Eagle, Idaho.

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