Lizzy Musi Tries to Get “Bonnie” Right After Disappointing Performance at Great Eight
We think that, in the world of racing, there is one phenomenon that most who have been around the block a couple of times can relate to. That phenomenon is that sometimes, working on a car can really feel like banging your head against a brick wall over and over again.
Sure, some of the racers that we see on shows like Street Outlaws obviously experience a great deal of success. However, behind the scenes, what we sometimes don’t see is that these individuals also have situations where they are chasing down one specific issue that they can’t really put their finger on. However, with a little bit of help and time invested, usually, these issues tend to work out at the end of the day.
This time, we check in with Lizzy Musi who tells us that, after performing in the Great Eight event with her hot rod that she calls “Bonnie,” she was a bit disappointed in the results. After the event, Lizzy and company would bring the car to an invitational at Firebird Raceway where Bonnie would get a little bit of an “attitude adjustment,” in Lizzy’s words.
In the vlog, Musi takes the time to tell us that the car makes great power but is having an issue with getting that power to the ground in the most effective way possible. With the help of the video, we get to ride along with these trials and tribulations. The footage takes us through the process of ruling things out and trying out different advice from friends to get the suspension and chassis really dialed in.
Below, we get a very real look at what it’s like to tackle some of these issues as they come up. While what the fans mostly see is the end result, we definitely have to say that it’s the issues like these and getting them ironed out that really separates the best from the rest.