Lizzy Musi is a second-generation car racer. She was born on January 1, 1991, in New Jersey to Pat and Elizabeth Musi. She was named after her mother, Elizabeth Musi.
Her father, Pat Musi was a car racer and won eight professional car racing championships, hence Lizzy’s choice to pursue a career in the field. Her mother, Elizabeth Musi is also a retired car racer from Stockholm, Sweden. Her first major competition was at the age of 16 when she participated in the Junior Drag. She would gone on to make a name for herself in the racing world, as she kept participating in, and, winning competitions.
She has a series of awards and recognitions to her name. Lizzy Musi is the first woman to win in Professional Drag Racers Association (PDRA) Pro Nitrous category, and the first woman to take a door car to 200 mph in the 1/8-mile.
Lizzy started her education in New Jersey, at the Carter High School. After her High School education, she started to work as an apprentice for her father and, soon, she started her career as a car racer.
In 2018, Lizzy Musi escaped a ghastly auto accident in a reality TV show, Street Outlaws, which went wrong, when she lost control of a Chevrolet Camaro at the Northstar Dragway in Denton, Texas which belonged to her boyfriend, Kye Kelley.
In 2015, she also had a high-speed accident during the opening round of Professional Drag Racers Association (PDRA) at the Texas Motorplex outside Dallas.
Kye Kelley, Lizzy Musi’s boyfriend, is a co-drag racer. They first made their relationship public in 2017.
Aside from being a drag racer, Lizzy has also worked as a brand ambassador and she has a storefront on Amazon that sells beauty products.
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