Second-generation drag racer Lizzy Musi fired the first shot in the four-race Mad Mule Pro Modified Series hosted by Galot Motorsports outside of Durham, North Carolina.
Musi, racing her nitrous-injected Dodge Dart, ran a 3.665 elapsed time at 204.82 miles per hour to beat Jason Harris in the final round.
"Can't thank my crew enough for all their hard work," Musi said in a post-race Facebook post. "Ronnie Viccaro, Jamie Blades, Rob and Paul! My family Pat Musi and Elizabeth Agneta Musi thank you for supporting me in what I do. You guys all work so hard and it means the world to me
"Frank Brandao, Tom Bogner, Lucas Oil, Edelbrock Performance, Al-Anabi Racing, #KH team, #AAP. Big thank you to all my sponsors. It feels so good to pick up where we left off from racing in the Middle East."
Musi established a new Mad Mule Series record with a 3.661 elapsed time to pace the 16-car field.
Musi ran a 3.708 to win the first round over Tony Wilson. She gradually ramped up the performance with a 3.707 to beat Tommy Gray. In the semis, she ran a 3.672 to beat Tommy Franklin's 3.674.
For his part, Harris, the No. 6 qualifier, beat Jeremy Ray, Randy Weatherford and Jay Cox to reach the finals.
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