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Jeff Lutz crashes The 57 in 2021 Street Outlaws filming

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws competitor Jeff Lutz was involved in an accident last night. The incident happened during filming.

Little is known at this time about the crash. But photos are circulating on social media showing that Lutz’s 57 was destroyed.

Street Outlaws driver Jeff Lutz’s beloved The 57 in a shop
Jeff Lutz’s beloved The 57 in a shop (Photo by Lutz Race Cars/Facebook)

This will be a part of an upcoming Street Outlaws show. It’s not clear when the show will appear.

Also, it is not clear if it’ll be apart of the OG Oklahoma City show. Or a new show.

According to Chuck Seitsinger, Lutz went to the hospital after the crash. He was being held for observation.

“Just my 2 cents: yes Jeff Lutz had an accident and is ok, someone from filming leaked these pics and so now, IMO it was Lutz that should have shared his pics first and let the world know, but people would rather boost their numbers on their Facebook page rather than being a good human!!!!,” Seitsinger said in a Facebook post. “Some people suck, we see you and gonna block and ban you from our posts and filming!!! Ps, Jeff is doing better and still in hospital for observation, prayers for him and his family are greatly appreciated, I will share pics after Jeff lutz does out of respect, carry on, and Happy Mothers Day.”

The internet went wild after Bill Lutz shared photos that Lutz, who may or may not be related, was involved in the accident on Facebook.

Last season during the 2020 Street Outlaws filming, Shane, Kamikaze Chris, and Doc crashed their vehicles. Shane said that he wouldn’t rebuild after crashing on the show. Kamikaze Chris and Doc have been working on rebuilding new vehicles.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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