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Popular YouTuber Cleetus McFarland wants to help Lizzy Musi

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Popular Cleetus McFarland is getting behind one Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star. He has made a Facebook post trying to help Lizzy Musi.

Musi is competing with several other drivers to become the “People’s Choice” Captain for the upcoming Street Outlaws No Prep Kings season. Right now, Musi is trailing 405’s “Daddy” Dave Comstock.

YouTube content creator Cleetus McFarland gives a thumbs up near a dirt track
YouTube content creator Cleetus McFarland gives a thumbs up near a dirt track (Photo by Cleetus McFarland/Facebook)

McFarland is hoping to bring his 1.7 million Facebook followers behind Musi.

“I don’t normally get involved in the Discovery NPK stuff but I’m gonna make sure Lizzy wins this,” McFarland said in a Facebook post. “Do me a favor and vote for her!”

At the time of the post, Daddy Dave has 55% of the vote. Musi trails with 40% of the vote.

Fellow Street Outlaws No Prep Kings driver Justin Swanstrom liked the idea. He said, “He dropped the hammer! I wonder if you’ll ever see Cleetus McFarland on No Prep surface.”

Swanstrom followed up with another post.

“SwanGang, we need Lizzy to win, strategy reasons!,” he said. “Do your thing. Help me help her! She needs to win for my plan to work.”

Musi announced at the end of April that she was battling Stage 4 Breast Cancer. At this time, she is battling cancer at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

The daughter of former racer, Pat Musi, was the first woman to win a No Prep Kings event. In fact, in 2019, she won three straight events.

McFarland, who was born Lawrence Garrett Mitchell, is a race car driver. He is also a car enthusiast, RC pilot, and YouTube content creator.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso III
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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