By Anthony Caruso III | Editor

Lizzy Musi has won back-to-back Street Outlaws No Prep Kings events. Musi won Saturday night at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison; Colorado.

She beat Jeff Lutz in the final round on the mountain outside of Denver. Lutz gave Musi enough time to repair an injured engine before the final round.

Lizzy Musi and her team celebrate their victory at NPK Tucson 2021 (Photo by Courtney Paulshock Photography)

Musi beat Ryan Martin – who has the most wins this season in the series – in the semi-finals. Lutz defeated Justin Swanstrom in the second semi-final

Swanstrom was caught in a controversy with Musi and Team Texas on social media ahead of the race. Musi and Swanstrom were reportedly tested within 200 miles of their home.

The daughter of legendary tuner and engine builder Pat Musi also won the event last weekend. She beat her fiancee Kye Kelley on the last lap at Tucson Dragway in Tucson, Arizona.

She is the first woman to win in the Big Tire Invitational category. This is her fourth victory overall, as she earned three straight wins in the 2019 Street Outlaws No Prep Kings season.

Musi drove “Bonnie” to victories at both events. “Bonnie” returned to the track in Tucson after crashing at Darlington Dragway in late July.

The car has undergone extensive repairs to be able to race again this season.

The first episode of the new season will premiere on October 11. This race will take place towards the end of the television season.

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