Lizzy Musi has a net worth of $1 million in 2022.
She has largely taken over day-to-day operations at Pat Musi Racing Engines (PMRE), which counts among its clients Pro Nitrous veterans John Hall, Tommy Franklin, and Robert Patrick, as well as 2013 ADRL Dragstock winner Jason Harris and defending NHRA Pro Mod World Champion Rickie Smith.
Her father has shifted away from front office duties to focus on building horsepower in the back.
As Musi puts it, “This is actually a family team effort.”Her sister and mum manage the paperwork, and her dad gets me the orders. She usually handles the parts of part orders, invoicing, and e-mails. Therefore, it’s really a big collaboration thing.
Things get hectic and busy, especially while her dad is away serving customers. It takes a lot of work when he’s gone because he travels the entire planet. At once, a lot is happening. Though most of the time they are able to handle it, occasionally we require more people just to finish the work at hand.
Musi has been putting the same level of attention to the track for the past couple of years. She made her Top Sportsman debut at the 2012 ADRL season opener in Houston, five years after her last competitive drag racing run, which she completed at the age of 16 in a Jr. Dragster.
Then something happened that briefly elevated Musi to the status of one of the world’s most well-known drag racers. At Tennessee’s famed Bristol Dragway in April 2012, during qualifying for just her second Top Sportsman race, her car crossed over from the right lane and ended up on top of the left guard wall, where it performed a flawless pirouette before destroying the top-end TV camera as it ended up on the wrong side of the wall. The perfect viral video was created by the camera capturing all the action, even after its operator hopped over the wall to safety on the track.
Within days, Musi’s name and image spread over the globe. Instantly gaining millions of views on YouTube.com, the crash footage attracted the attention of numerous major television, print, and online news organizations, including Fox News, USA Today, and The Daily Mail in Britain.
Musi will not be the only member of the family to represent the PDRA this year; Tricia, Musi’s younger sister, will make her racing debut in yet another of their father’s vintage vehicles. Tricia, 21, will compete in the Top Sportsman division in Pennsylvania’s Don Ream’s 1997 “Popeye” Firebird.
With the hard work and dedication in her field over the years, Lizzy Musi has a net worth of around $1 million dollars. However, as she is handling the family business, the entire family owns a lot more.