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Lizzy Musi and J.Cox in an epic staging battle at PDRA Pro Nitrous Finals (Drag Race Made Great Again)

Cox drove his fan-favorite “Pumpkin” ’69 Camaro to a 3.679 at 200.71 mph – just two thousandths away from the et record – to claim the number one spot in qualifying. The Buck-powered entry stayed in the 3.7s for round wins over Lee Adkins, Jim Laurita, and Danny Perry. With final-round opponent Lizzy Musi having recorded a pair of 3.68s at well over 200 mph in the prior two rounds, Cox knew he would need a little extra motivation. He delivered a 3.697 at 199.91 to take down Musi and her 3.719 at 204.08 after the two Pro Nitrous hotshots engaged in a lengthy staging duel.

“I think the world of Lizzy and [her father and tuner] Pat Musi,” Cox said. “They have a bad hot rod. I grew up playing ball and a lot of people would try to get in my head; I live for that. If someone goes in and lights the tree up, I’m kinda bored. But when you want to play games, I get fired up; I get in the zone. I don’t plan anything, I just do it by feel. Me and Lizzy were just having a little fun with that staging battle. That’s what makes drag racing great.”
The season-opening win has special meaning for Cox, who was sent looking for a new major sponsor over the winter. He found one in Garysburg, North Carolina-based Clements Mechanical, a mechanical engineering firm new to the sport.
“It’s awesome to start off the year like this,” Cox added. “My new sponsor, Luke Clements at Clements Mechanical, he’s new to drag racing. He had about 20 of his people here supporting us. For him to put all of that faith in me is pretty special to me. I’m glad we could start things off on the right foot with this win.”
''We had a great outcome in Galot started from the bottom to ending up #2 in qualifying and went to the finals. Team worked there's butts off to give me a hot rod Justin Elkes Adam Lambert Andy Lambert Ronnie Viccaro Pat MusiDaniel Dysart Robbie Guzzi Elizabeth Agneta Musi Big thanks to the Franklin family Judy Tommy Franklin Chris Murray and crew for helping up thrash in between rounds!! That is what true TEAMS are all about. 
KONG decided to go to the moon 🚀 instead of the finish line that last pass, but hey we ran good!
Best thing I got out of this race was experience and it will only make me better 😈 so bring on GALOT, fuel was just added to my fire!'' Lizzy Musi took to her facebook page.

The Next Stop for the PDRA will be in Galot on 31st March and 1st April 2017. Can we witness another battle from these two!?
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