‘Street Outlaws’ Star Lizzy Musi Dies at 33 After Battle with Breast Cancer

‘Street Outlaws’ Star Lizzy Musi Dies at 33 After Battle with Breast Cancer

Lizzy Musi recently passed away after battling cancer. Amidst this difficult time, her family has expressed their gratitude for the support and prayers they have received, and have requested privacy as they process their loss and make arrangements. They have assured that they will provide updates when they have information to share.

Lizzy Musi gained nationwide recognition as a participant on the Discovery Channel show *Street Laws: No Prep Kings*, a spin-off of the drag racing series *Street Outlaws*. She achieved the historic feat of being the first female driver to win an event on the show by driving a nitrous-boosted 2012 Camaro called The Aftershock. However, Lizzy received a devastating diagnosis of Triple Negative Stage 4 Breast Cancer that had spread to her lymph nodes and liver.

Despite the challenging journey ahead, she expressed her appreciation for the support she received. In spite of her battle with cancer, Lizzy Musi emerged victorious in the 2023 “Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings” invitational at Tulsa Raceway Park in Oklahoma. She expressed her joy in being able to perform her duties as a driver and shared her gratitude for the opportunity to continue pursuing her passion, despite the doubts of others.

Throughout her battle with cancer, Lizzy kept her fans updated through social media, revealing a side of herself that went beyond her role as a race car driver. She left behind a legacy as a formidable competitor both on and off the racetrack, and was cherished by the drag race community.


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