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Sat, 21 Apr 2012, 15:34 PM

Lizzy Musi Top Sportsman Wreck
Courtesy of ADRL Communications

BRISTOL, Tenn. -- This is Musi's first year racing any kind of car, though she has grown up around the sport as the daughter of legendary driver Pat Musi, who has competed and won in NHRA Pro Stock, IHRA Pro Mod, NHRA Pro Mod and a number of street car championships. Musi turned 21 in January, but has been around racing her entire life.

Lizzy Musi Bio
From: Carteret, N.J.
Engine: Pat Musi 762 cubic-inch Fuel injected motor
Class: ADRL Top Sportsman
Car: '68 Camaro

In just two races, Musi has shown impressive prowess and driving talent, going as quick as 4.34 seconds at nearly 170 miles per hour in the 1/8-mile. The pass of 4.34 at nearly 170 mph came on Friday at Bristol Dragway.

Lizzy Musi Wreck

Musi ran into trouble during the third round of qualifying of the American Drag Racing League's (ADRL) Spring Drags III at Bristol Dragway. The car started to get loose during the run, it turned sideways and the front end of the car crashed into the left wall. Air got underneath the car at that point and turned it around, causing it to topple over the left wall and into the grass at about the quarter-mile mark on the track.

It was a wild scene, but, with the safety team quickly en route, Musi was able to get out of the car under her own power and suffered no serious injuries.

The Spring Drags III marks the ADRL's debut at Bristol Dragway.

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