Pat Musi Racing Engines Renews Partnership with Edelbrock
Pat Musi Racing Engines and Musi Racing has extended its partnership with Edelbrock for the upcoming racing season, the engine builder and race team announced. Edelbrock will again support the Musi Racing team and driver Lizzy Musi, who will pilot the Edelbrock-equipped “Aftershock” Camaro on the Street Outlaws circuit.
Edelbrock and Pat Musi Racing Engines will continue their long-lasting partnership, building on the collaborative Edelbrock/Musi product line that was released in 2019.
“I became a consultant with Edelbrock in 2000 and more than 20 years later, it’s really turned into a big deal for both of us,” Pat Musi said. “It’s led to even bigger opportunities and an even bigger relationship, and it says a lot to have worked together for more than two decades. We’ve worked hand-in-hand developing products with Edelbrock. A decal on a car just doesn’t do it anymore. You have to work together, and that’s what we have with Edelbrock.”
Edelbrock and Pat Musi Racing Engines have combined forces in recent years to release new products, including their collaborative crate engine line, as well as the Edelbrock/Musi collection, which features cylinder heads and manifolds.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Pat Musi Racing Engines and the Musi Racing team. Lizzy has become a tremendous star in the sport and we can’t wait to see her continue that success in 2021,” Edelbrock Group Chief Commercial Officer Chris Douglas said. “We’ve also worked closely with Pat and his great team for a number of years, and we’ve partnered on a number of great products in that time, including the Edelbrock/Musi products. He’s a top racing mind and his experience is invaluable, and we’re excited for more product development in 2021.”
“Edelbrock is really thrilled about the Street Outlaws deal and the number of people that program reaches is really incredible,” Pat Musi said. “It’s a different kind of racing, but you’re reaching a huge amount of people in our sport. There are a lot of big things happening, so we can’t wait to get started.”