Lizzy Musi, a well-known television personality and drag racer who is famous for her role on the reality series Street Outlaws No Prep Kings, has been diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. The renowned drag racer announced her diagnosis along with her fiance, Kye Kelley, on YouTube.
Despite the setback, the racer has been able to stay positive and is grateful for the support from her fans and friends. Her strong spirit and willingness to share her journey on social media serve as inspiration to those who are battling cancer.
The daughter of former NHRA racer Pat Musi, Lizzy has been involved in the high-adrenaline world of professional drag racing since she was a child. She also grew up working in her father’s auto shop as a parts cleaner and a mechanic, helping prepare vehicles for competition by repairing and assembling them.
The aspiring car racer is known for her fearless driving on the track, and she was able to survive a major accident during an American Drag Racing League event in Bristol. During the crash, Musi’s Chevrolet Camaro lost control and launched into the air before crashing into a camera stationed near the track. Thankfully, both the racer and the camera operator were able to walk away from the incident without any serious injuries. The lucky camera man, Grinner Hester, was able to jump over the fencing and avoid being hit by the car.