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Lizzy Musi Starts 2020 Strong, Number 1 Qualifier And A Win In The First Pro Mod Race Of The Season

Posted by: Randy Zebraman on January 30, 2020

Keeping the Momentum

Heading into the end of last season, Lizzy Musi would’ve probably preferred not to stop. The momentum that she was riding as the No Prep Kings season came to a close was incredible. It seemed almost as if she was getting to a place where she couldn’t be beaten.

I guess that the short break in the action over the winter wouldn’t be enough to knock her off of that ride. This time, we pick back up once again from Bradenton Motorsports Park. The event in question this time is none other than the US Street Nationals and everyone was ready to go racing.

A Strong Start in Bradenton

At this particular event, Musi would come out donning her Pro Mod. With $25,000 on the line, the field was stacked with drivers who had a strong will to win. In racing like this, the field is sure to be tight. It would be a nail biter for those in attendance as they patiently waited to see which team would take home the win.

It seems as if Musi hasn’t skipped a beat since last season’s No Prep Kings came to a close. She hit her marks absolutely perfectly in Bradenton, knocking off competitor after competitor. Before we knew it, there would be just one left and Musi would be taking home the $25,000 prize.

By following along with the video below, we’re taken to the scene of the action thanks to The Racing Vids YouTube channel. If this is any indication of what’s to come, the competition better keep an eye on Musi. This is probably about the best way that Lizzy could have imagined to get 2020 underway. With such a strong showing, we can’t wait to see what the rest of the year has in store. This is going to be a wild year for racing.

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