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Lizzy Musi crashes ‘Bonnie’ at 2021 NPK Darlington race

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Popular Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star Lizzy Musi was involved in an accident on Saturday. The incident happened in the first round at Darlington Dragway in Hartsville, South Carolina.

The crash will be featured on the Discovery Channel later this year. She was able to walk away by herself after crashing into the wall.

Street Outlaws competitor Lizzy Musi's new car "Bonnie" after it crashed in the first round at the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings event at Darlington Dragway
Lizzy Musi’s new car “Bonnie” after it crashed in the first round at the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings event at Darlington Dragway (Photo by Kevin Stevenson/Facebook)

Musi was facing Brandon James — who won Street Outlaws Mega Cash Days — in the first round. She crashed “Bonnie” the new car that she recently debuted at the NPK event at New England Dragway in Epping, New Hampshire.

“Thank you to our family, friends, fans, and sponsors for your support and concern after Lizzy was involved in a top-end crash today during the first round of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings at Darlington Dragway,” Pat Musi Racing Engines said in a statement on Facebook. “She is currently at the hospital getting checked out as a precaution but all indications so far are that she is OK. Robert Hayes Motorsports builds an amazing race car that did its job and kept Lizzy safe. “‘Bonnie’ is already on its way to Robert’s shop to assess the damage and figure out our game plan. We’re a strong team and we will be back.”

The Street Outlaws No Prep Kings return next week at Cordova International Raceway. This event was pushed back a month due to inclement weather in July.

Musi and her team will have to thrash to get her car ready for this race. If they cannot have “Bonnie” ready for the next race, the team will have to either use Aftershock, which she used earlier this season, or another race car in order to compete in the event.

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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 Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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