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Biography Lizzy Musi (born 1 January 1991) is a renowned American professional drag racer, television personality, and businesswoman. Lizzy Musi‘s… Read more: Lizzy Musi Biography: Age, Racing, Father, Net Worth, Car, Apparel, Wikipedia, Height, Boyfriend, Motor, Parents, Sister Boyfriend, Babe, Lily Chee, Street Outlaws, Father, Happy, Women Magazines, Business Women, Women

Biography Lizzy Musi (born 1 January 1991) is a renowned American professional drag racer, television personality, and businesswoman. Lizzy Musi‘s… Read more: Lizzy Musi Biography: Age, Racing, Father, Net Worth, Car, Apparel, Wikipedia, Height, Boyfriend, Motor, Parents, Sister

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Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Plymouth Arrow, Plymouth Muscle Cars, Old Race Cars, Stock Car, Vintage Muscle Cars, Mopar Cars, Funny Car Drag Racing

A celebration of the racecars and hot rods that sparked our passion for drag racing, Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, IL staged its 4th Annual Route 66 Classic. This year's program included Nostalgia Funny Car, Pro Stock, fuel and gas slingshot dragsters, and the true Factory Hot Rods, Nostalgia Super Stock.

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Shirley “Cha Cha” Muldowney on the cover of ‘Sunday News Magazine’ in 1978. Like many fields of work, the drag racing scene was and is fairly well dominated by men. During its heyday, specifically the mid-1960s through the early 1970s, the National Hot Rod Association incorporated the use of gorgeous women/models to help appeal to the fanboys. If you were into that scene, you probably spent a lot of time fantasizing about Pam Hardy aka “Jungle Pam” who accompanied driver “Jungle Jim”... Drag Racing, Muscle Cars, Shirley Muldowney, Pam Hardy, Grand Prix, Race Queen, Nhra Drag Racing, Nhra, Female Race Car Driver

Shirley “Cha Cha” Muldowney on the cover of ‘Sunday News Magazine’ in 1978. Like many fields of work, the drag racing scene was and is fairly well dominated by men. During its heyday, specifically the mid-1960s through the early 1970s, the National Hot Rod Association incorporated the use of gorgeous women/models to help appeal to the fanboys. If you were into that scene, you probably spent a lot of time fantasizing about Pam Hardy aka “Jungle Pam” who accompanied driver “Jungle Jim”…

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Tony Peckham