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Lucas Oil Set to Continue Longtime Partnership with Pat Musi Racing Engines and Musi Racing in 2022

MOORESVILLE, NC — With a successful partnership that has lasted more than a decade, Lucas Oil and Pat Musi Racing Engines announced that their longtime relationship will continue for the upcoming 2022 season.

Lucas Oil will maintain its sponsorship on Lizzy Musi’s Edelbrock and Lucas Oil-powered “Bonnie” Camaro on the Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings circuit for the upcoming year, and the partnership will also continue to extend into the engine shop for Pat Musi Racing Engines. Both Musi Racing and Pat Musi Racing Engines have proudly used Lucas Oil’s proven products for more than a decade, building an incredible track record along the way.

“We’ve been together a long time, so it’s great to continue this partnership,” Pat Musi said. “We’ve got a great car going into next year and they see the potential in that, so we’re both pretty happy and we can’t thank them enough for their support. It’s a great relationship and it’s definitely a partnership.”

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Lizzy Musi Closes Out Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings Season with Team Attack Win, Top-Five Points Finish

MOORESVILLE, NC — There was some early-season adversity, but Lizzy Musi and the Musi Racing team finished the 2021 Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings season in remarkable fashion, capping off an impressive year for the team and star driver.

After two late-season wins and a runner-up in their Edelbrock and Lucas Oil-powered “Bonnie” Camaro, Musi won the No Prep Kings Team Attack at last weekend’s finale in Bradenton, FL.

It closes out a top-five finish in the talent-heavy circuit and came after the team showed tremendous resolve in recovering from a top-end crash in Darlington, SC, and debuting a new car in the middle of the year.

“We had such a rocky start and didn’t have the new car at the beginning of the year,” Pat Musi said. “We didn’t do really well at the first couple races and about the time we had things on track, we had that hiccup and the crash with the new car. But the big story is going 45 days from the crash to the winner’s circle. That was pretty impressive and everything really came together to end the year. Lizzy and this whole team just really worked hard.”

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Lizzy Musi Drives ‘Bonnie’ to Second Straight Win at Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings in Denver

MORRISON, CO — Despite the challenge of racing at altitude in a nitrous car, Lizzy Musi and the Musi Racing team continued to roll, winning their second straight Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings race with an impressive performance at Bandimere Speedway near Denver, CO.

Musi knocked off veteran Jeff Lutz in the final round in her Edelbrock and Lucas Oil-powered “Bonnie” Camaro to cap off a stellar weekend on Thunder Mountain. It followed their standout performance in Tuscon the previous week, as the team has run roughshod over the competition at two challenging facilities.

“It was a great weekend and we’ve got a great hot rod,” Pat Musi said. “We had to lean on the motor pretty hard, but the car is working about as good as you could ever want. Lizzy is driving well and it’s just a really good deal all the way around. I knew we had a hot rod when we left Tuscon and I think it’s only going to get better.”

The Pat Musi Racing Engines-powered Camaro and the team have been close to flawless the past two races following the triumphant return of “Bonnie” in Tuscon.

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Lizzy Musi Triumphant in the Return of ‘Bonnie,’ Wins Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings in Tucson

TUCSON, AZ — Eight weeks after a harrowing top-end crash at Darlington Dragway, Lizzy Musi and the Musi Racing team pulled off an incredible turnaround, winning the Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings event at Tucson Dragway.

With the event marking the return of the new nitrous-powered “Bonnie” Camaro that debuted earlier this year, it was a storybook finish for Musi and the team. She knocked off fiancé Kye Kelley in the final round, picking up her first win of the season in a triumphant story of perseverance.

“It’s been a whirlwind of a year,” Lizzy said. “From struggling with (the old car) ‘Aftershock,’ to figuring out the new car and then crashing the brand new car, it hasn’t been an easy season for us. A lot of blood, sweat and tears have been shed. To come out and win with a freshly rebuilt car and beat the fastest guys (in) No Prep Kings was a huge accomplishment.”

It was a total team effort from the moment the team got the car back following the crash. Robert Hayes rebuilt the car in just 45 days, an incredible feat that was backed up with an outstanding performance on the track.

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‘Aftershock’ Returns for Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings in Cordova

MOORESVILLE, NC — A week after a terrifying top-end wreck in Darlington, Lizzy Musi and the Musi Racing team are determined to rebound as quickly as possible. That means a short turnaround and the return of the Edelbrock-equipped Lucas Oil “Aftershock” Camaro for this weekend’s Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings race at Cordova International Raceway in Cordova, IL.

With the popular No Prep Kings tour returning just a week after Darlington to cap off a rigorous four-race stretch, Musi Racing had to quickly adjust following the wreck in the new ’69 Camaro known as “Bonnie,” which was making just its third appearance since debuting last month.

The new car is already back under the watchful eye of builder Robert Hayes with the intent of having it ready by the end of the month, but in the meantime that meant pivoting back to “Aftershock” for at least this weekend.

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Lizzy Musi to Debut New ’69 Camaro at Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings in Epping

MOORESVILLE, NC — A plan that started more than a year ago will come to fruition as the Musi Racing team is set to debut its new Edelbrock-equipped Lucas Oil ’69 Camaro at next weekend’s Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings stop at New England Dragway in Epping, NH.

Lizzy Musi will be behind the wheel of the new car, which was purpose-built for the wildly popular Street Outlaws series that airs on Discovery. The car was built by Robert Hayes Race Cars with close consultation from Pat Musi himself. It’s a major moment for the team, and there is a noticeable excitement level regarding the new car as the team heads to the fourth race of the 2021 Street Outlaws season.

“It’s a one-of-a-kind car and I don’t think there’s anything nicer around,” Pat Musi said. “The whole deal is killer. It looks like a street car, it’s all steel roof and quarters, and everything you can imagine has been covered on this car. This is Robert Hayes’ baby and something he’s been thinking about for more than a year. To see it come together a year later, it’s pretty cool.”

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Lizzy Musi and Musi Racing Carry Momentum into Valdosta for Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings

CECIL, GA — Following a strong performance at the most recent Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings event, the Musi Racing team is thinking big heading to this weekend’s race at South Georgia Motorsports Park in Valdosta, Georgia.

Lizzy Musi drove the Edelbrock-equipped Lucas Oil “Aftershock” Camaro to the semifinals last weekend at Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Florida, putting the team in a strong position heading to the third race of the 2021 Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings season. After some struggles at the opening race earlier this month in Columbus, Ohio, the Musi Racing team made significant strides a week ago and that has them confident for Valdosta.

“We think we’ve got a car that can win,” Pat Musi said. “This car is coming around. We were struggling down low and we’ve got that fixed. I thought we could have won that deal last week, but we think we’ve got things figured out. We’ve always had power and Lizzy will be pretty tough to beat this weekend if we get everything figured out.”

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