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Chantel Brink
Chantel Brink
July 10, 2024 ·  3 min read

Lizzy Musi, ‘Street Outlaws’ Star, Passes Away At 33

Lizzy Musi, the dynamic and beloved star of “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings,” has tragically passed away at the age of 33. Musi, who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, fought a courageous battle against the disease before her passing.

Street Outlaws Star And a Pillar of the Racing Community

"Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings" is a renowned drag racing series that captivates audiences with its unique no-prep racing format.
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“Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings” is a renowned drag racing series that captivates audiences with its unique no-prep racing format. Unlike traditional drag racing, these tracks are not treated with sticky substances to enhance traction. Adding an extra layer of challenge and excitement. The 2024 season, marking the seventh installment of the series, features a 15-race schedule from April to October. Showcasing some of the highest-ranking drag racers in the country. Lizzy Musi was a prominent figure in this high-octane competition, admired for her skill and tenacity on the track.

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A Father’s Heartfelt Announcement

Surrounded by her Family, in the comfort of her own home, Lizzy was called to heaven at 11:25pm tonight . Thank you for all the prayers and support throughout her battle , At this time , the family would like to have time to process, grief and make arrangements in peace. we will give an update as soon as we have information to share.
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The heartbreaking news of Lizzy Musi’s passing was confirmed by her father, Pat Musi, in a poignant Facebook post on June 27. “Surrounded by her Family, in the comfort of her own home, Lizzy was called to heaven at 11:25 pm tonight,” the post began. He continued, “Thank you for all the prayers and support throughout her battle. At this time, the family would like to have time to process, grieve, and make arrangements in peace. We will give an update as soon as we have information to share.”

Lizzy’s Brave Battle Against Cancer

In a deeply personal Instagram post last year, Lizzy Musi shared her diagnosis of triple-negative stage 4 breast cancer.
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In a deeply personal Instagram post last year, Lizzy Musi shared her diagnosis of triple-negative stage 4 breast cancer. By now, it had spread to her lymph nodes and liver. She wrote, “Well here it is…. I never thought in a million years I would post a picture like this. I want to share every raw moment with you guys through my journey. Two nights ago I had to shave my head due to extreme hair loss.

Kye shaved it for me and it was at the race track. I don’t think I would have had it any other way. Every time I brushed my hair it would just fall out in clumps. I had bald spots and excessive shedding it was just getting to the point where I was ready to take that step. Well here is the new me….some days are tough to look in the mirror but there are days where I feel stronger than ever.”

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Seeking Advanced Treatment

Lizzy's battle with cancer led her to undergo various treatments in the U.S. and seek specialized care in Germany, targeting her liver.

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Lizzy’s battle with cancer led her to undergo various treatments in the U.S. and seek specialized care in Germany, targeting her liver. Her journey was marked by resilience and determination, as she remained open about her struggles and triumphs, inspiring many with her courage.

A Legacy of Inspiration

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Born in Mooresville, North Carolina, Lizzy Musi gained fame through her appearances on “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings” alongside her father, Pat Musi. Pat Musi was a legendary figure in the drag racing world with numerous Pro Street World Championships to his name. Lizzy’s impact on the racing community is profound, particularly among female drag racers. She has been credited with inspiring a new generation of women in the sport. She was proving that they too could excel in the high-speed, male-dominated world of drag racing.

Remembering Lizzy Musi

Lizzy Musi's untimely death leaves a void in the racing community and in the hearts of her many fans.
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Lizzy Musi’s untimely death leaves a void in the racing community and the hearts of her many fans. Her legacy of strength, passion, and inspiration will continue to resonate with those who admire her both on and off the track. Rest in peace, Lizzy Musi.

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Sources

  1. “Drag Racing Star Passes Away At 33” TipHero
  2. “‘Street Outlaws’ star Lizzy Musi dies of breast cancer at 33” Today. Gina Vivinetto. July 1, 2024.
  3. Street Outlaws Star Lizzy Musi Dead at 33 Following Diagnosis with Stage 4 Breast Cancer” People. Kirsty Hatcher. June 28, 2024.