The fifth season of Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings is about to start, and we couldn’t be happier that our kings and queens will be back. With new drivers, 15 races, faster cars, and a $900,000 prize, the next season should be even more exciting than usual.
However, in order to win, you have to get to the finish line without getting hurt, right?
PDRA Pro Nitrous star Lizzy Musi and veteran Ron Muenks were in a scary high-speed accident during the first round of Pro Nitrous qualifying at the Texas Motorplex outside Dallas for the season-opening PDRA Texas Nationals. Musi and Muenks were lucky that they weren’t hurt, but soon after the accident, it started to rain, so the evening races had to be canceled.
The 21-year-old was driving her Chevrolet Camaro when she lost control, went flying, and crashed into a camera on the side of the track.
Musi is the daughter of Pat Musi, who used to race in the NHRA. She said on Twitter that she will be driving again in the near future.
She wrote, “I’d like to thank everyone for their help and support! Things will be fixed and back on track very soon!”
Grinner Hester, who was running the camera, had to jump over the concrete wall and onto the track to get away from the car that was about to crash.
Fans are wondering what the professional drag racer’s net worth is, here’s what we know.
What Is Lizzy Musi Net Worth?
There’s no question that Lizzy Musi has made most of her money from her racing career. Since she was a teenager, she has been a competitive drag racer.
But it’s also important to note that Musi works in the family business. Her father started the auto shop Musi Racing Engines in the 1970s.
Even though Lizzy is not the main owner, she gets a share of the profits from the work she does to promote the different products.
Sources say that professional drag racers can make up to $150,000 a year. Lizzy Musi is worth between $500,000 and $2 million right now.
Musi’s Father Pat Mossie Assures Fans That She Is Fine
In an Instagram post, her dad Pat Mossie told fans that she was fine. After thanking them for their concern, Pat started telling everyone that Lizzie “won a second-round win over Ryan Martin.” It seems strange to start with the race results and then talk about Lizzy’s health.
“I got out of the car by myself, was taken to the hospital to be checked out, and then I was taken home,” he said.
Pat kept talking about how well the car was made because that was what kept Lizzie safe. Pat said, “Robert Hayes’s car and all the safety gear did their jobs.” He said that the car was being fixed at the moment and that they would be back.
This Wasn’t The First Time Lizzy Had Crashed
At the end of July 2021, Lizzy crashed at the Darlington Dragway in South Carolina. It was her third race ever. Since this was her third ride with Bonnie, she might have still been learning how to drive the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. Dragzine said that Lizzy “violently hit the guardrail, beating up both her body and her prized racecar.” This sent her to the hospital for a routine checkup.
But that wasn’t the end of the day’s events. She went back to Darlington because her boyfriend Kye Kelley was also racing there. Kye had his own plans, which Lizzy didn’t know about at the time.
“Towards the end of the night, Kye surprised me with “the question.” I didn’t know how to feel. I was excited and emotional at the same time. My answer to him was “yes!” I want to marry my best friend! He sure made up for the day I had,” she told the outlet. What a great way to calm down after a hard day.