By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
In racing, accidents are bond to happen. For Street Outlaws competitor Brandon James, he learned that fate last year during the taping for Street Outlaws America’s List in Nebraska.
James crashed his Solar Needs Racing car during a race against racing star Lizzy Musi on the show, which aired on Memorial Day. Musi was the first one to come over to James after he wrecked his vehicle.
The California native was frustrated with the accident that he flew his harness into the back of the vehicle. It was a scary crash.
However, the young driver was able to walk away. Other drivers told the young driver that he needed to be evaluated by medical personnel after the crash.
The car suffered extensive damage. As is being advertised, James had to have his car removed from the list.
The Discovery Channel is already advertising another driver will take his spot on the list next week. At this time, it is not clear who that driver will be, who will take James’ spot.
The new driver will take the 20th spot and will do battle with the other drivers on the list.
James – the relatively unknown won the largest Cash Days event ever in 2020 — has been able to rebuild the car, as he will be competing in the fourth edition of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings. The new season will begin taping on June 5th at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio.
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