By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
It looks like Memphis Street Outlaws driver Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day will be returning to the filming of Street Outlaws’ America’s List soon. It shared that Hummingbird has been put back together.
Or at least it appears as he may be. The car is ready to compete on the show and was placed in a JJ DaBoss trailer.
Day was involved in an accident with his wife Tricia Day during the filming of the show. Both cars experienced extensive damage.
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This comes one day after his wife was released from a local hospital. Despite having pretty bad burns to his hands, JJ DaBoss was to return to racing.
Zip Tie suffered the most damage. Hummingbird suffered a backfire, according to Day, that caused him to crash into the back of his wife, who then crashed into a rental car stack that was serving as a barrier.
Memphis Street Outlaws driver Brian Britt said that JJ DaBoss wanted to compete just days after being in the crash. Now, after a break in filming on Monday, Hummingbird had several people working on the car on Tuesday to get it back together.
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While the car does not look good, it is running. That’s all JJ DaBoss needs in order for him to compete during the final episodes on the show.
We do not know if the crew had to get two substitute drivers to replace Tricia Day, who suffered a hip injury in the crash. Or if they just replaced her while they waited for JJ DaBoss to return to the show if they felt like the car could be put back together.
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