Second-generation doorslammer racer Lizzy Musi announced today at the Performance Racing Industry Show in Indianapolis that she will race with the NHRA J&A Service Pro Modified Series in 2018, with the continued support of Edelbrock.
Musi, now a veteran of the PDRA Pro Nitrous wars in the Unites States and abroad, will race to the quarter-mile for the first time behind the wheel of her Dodge Dart powered by and prepared by her legendary father, Pat Musi.
“I’m going to do my same, old deal, just a little bit longer, I guess you could say. I already go past the eighth-mile sometimes and we look at the computer and they’re like ‘how far are you going to go with that?’ But I’m thrilled — I’ve been on my dad for the longest time to run NHRA. It’s awesone. They got together and made some rule changes to accompany us. There are a lot of competitors out there, a lot more variety of racers coming onboard the NHRA, so I love PDRA an that was my stomping grounds, but raving with the NHRA was my goal and to be able to do it with Edelbrock is a true honor. They supported me from the very beginning of my racing, so I can’t thank them enough for everything.”