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Pat Musi's Power Arsenal for Lizzy's Bonnie in this NPK season and This Is How He's "Flexing"!

When it comes to the heart-pounding world of street racing, few names are as iconic as Pat Musi. As the brilliant mind behind Pat Musi Racing Engines, Pat has been crafting high-performance engines for decades, and his creations have consistently shattered records and raced their way into the annals of street racing history. As NPK Season 6 unfolds, the spotlight is squarely on Pat Musi's power arsenal, and the way he's "flexing" is nothing short of extraordinary. In this article, we'll explore Pat Musi's engine mastery and determine just how many engines are locked and loaded in the Musi Arsenal for the next few Street Outlaws races with Lizzy Musi.

Pat and Lizzy Musi

Pat and Lizzy Musi. Photo by Pat Musi Racing Engines


Lizzy Musi, the daughter of legendary drag racer Pat Musi, was practically born into the world of high-performance engines. From an early age, she displayed a natural talent for racing, and it didn't take long for her to transition from the junior dragster class to the big leagues of street racing.


What sets Lizzy Musi apart from her competitors is her incredible versatility. She can adapt to a variety of racing formats, from no-prep events to full-on drag races, and her engines play a significant role in her success.

Pat and Lizzy Musi

Pat and Lizzy Musi. Photo by Lizzy Musi


Lizzy Musi's Bonnie is more than just a car; it's a symbol of speed, precision, and sheer power. As she takes on the competition in NPK Season 6, her success relies heavily on the engines crafted by her father, Pat Musi. Lizzy Musi secured her inaugural win of the season at the Street Outlaws: No Prep Kings invitational held at Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She achieved this impressive victory while behind the wheel of her recently crafted 1969 Bonnie Camaro 2.0 by Robert Hayes Race Cars, crossing the finish line early Sunday morning.

Lizzy Musi's first win this NPK season with her Bonnie 2.0 at Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Lizzy Musi's first win this NPK season with her Bonnie 2.0 at Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Photo by Richard Rowe


As the NPK Season 6 kicks into high gear, the Musi Racing Team is flexing its engine arsenal for Lizzy Musi's Bonnie, and the numbers are impressive: "If we have 4 engines pictured here plus 1 engine in each car how many engines are locked and loaded in the Musi Arsenal for the next few Street Outlaws races with Lizzy Musi?"

Pat Musi's Power Arsenal for Lizzy's Bonnie in the NPK this season and This Is How He's "Flexing"!

Pat Musi's Power Arsenal for Lizzy's Bonnie in the NPK this season. Photo by Pat Musi Racing Engines


The term "flexing" in the world of street racing refers to showcasing one's power and prowess. Pat Musi's flexing isn't just about the engines; it's about the relentless pursuit of perfection and the dedication to building engines that redefine what's possible in the sport. The Musi Racing team's engines are a testament to this commitment.


Video by Street Outlaws Insider

Having multiple engines allows Pat and Lizzy to swap in a fresh motor whenever needed between races during the grueling No Prep Kings schedule. This gives them the ability to pull and freshen up an engine after a hard pass without putting them out of commission for the next event. It's a luxury that not every team can afford!

Pat Musi's Power Arsenal for Lizzy's Bonnie in the NPK this season and This Is How He's "Flexing"!

Photo by Pat Musi Racing Engines


So while the other NPK teams may be thrashing to repair their single engine, Team Musi can simply uncrate another Pat Musi-built nitrous engine and get Lizzy ready to return to the track. That kind of preparation could give them a decisive advantage as the season wears on.

Pat Musi's Power Arsenal for Lizzy's Bonnie in the NPK this season and This Is How He's "Flexing"!

There's not 1 but 2 Bonnie in the Musi's Arsenal! Photo Pat Musi Racing Engine

Lizzy Musi's success on the Street Outlaws circuit can be attributed not only to her incredible engines but also to her unwavering dedication and exceptional driving skills. She's proven time and again that she can compete with the best in the business, and her engines are a critical part of her winning formula.

As a female racer in a predominantly male-dominated sport, Lizzy Musi has shattered stereotypes and inspired countless aspiring racers. Her journey from a young girl learning the ropes from her father to a respected and feared competitor on the streets is nothing short of remarkable.

Lizzy Musi and Bonnie 2.0 prepares for NPK at 131 US Motorsports Park, Michigan

Lizzy Musi and Bonnie 2.0 prepares for NPK at 131 US Motorsports Park, Michigan. Photo by Lizzy Musi

With the resources and expertise of her engine building father, Lizzy Musi is clearly in a position to dominate the 2023 No Prep Kings series. So the other racers better bring their A-game, because with at least 5 stout big blocks at the ready, Lizzy and her Bonneville are going to be extremely tough to beat.


As Lizzy Musi continues to race and break records, one thing is clear: she's not just flexing about how many engines she has; she's proving that she has what it takes to be a true Street Outlaws legend. Her story is an inspiration to all aspiring racers, and her engines will continue to roar down the streets, leaving a trail of victory in her wake.

Lizzy's two NPK win in a row with Bonnie 2.0. Video by Lizzy Musi





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