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Monza Steps Away from Street Outlaws Racing: A Legend's Departure!

One of the most iconic figures in Street Outlaws, Monza, has officially announced his departure from racing.

Photo by Team Monza 405


For those who have followed Monza's journey, this decision may not come as a complete surprise. He had hinted at the possibility of stepping away, especially after missing out on last season's No Prep Kings due to financial considerations and other personal factors. Monza had invested heavily in a new car, the Chevelle, which sadly never hit the track under competitive conditions.


Recent developments have brought clarity to his decision. Monza shared on his Facebook page, Team Monza 405, that due to unforeseen circumstances involving his dog's health taking a turn for the worse, he has chosen to prioritize his family. This heartfelt decision means bidding farewell to racing, including any future involvement with Street Outlaws.

Photo by Team Monza 405


His presence will surely be missed in the racing community, where Monza's skill and passion for the sport have left an indelible mark. Despite the challenges and setbacks, fans rallied around him, evident in the overwhelming support his car, the Sinister Split Bumper Camaro, received during a recent fan voting tournament.


Monza expressed gratitude for the love and support from fans, acknowledging that the decision was not easy. It reflects a shift in priorities towards family well-being, a sentiment that resonates deeply with those who understand the sacrifices and demands of competitive racing.

Photo by Team Monza 405


Looking ahead, while Monza has closed this chapter of his racing career, there remains a glimmer of hope for his return someday. He has expressed interest in participating in events like race weeks, a passion he has mentioned in various contexts over the years. Whether this materializes in the future remains uncertain, given the current circumstances.


For now, we extend our thoughts and support to Monza and his family during this challenging time. His legacy in Street Outlaws is secure, and while we may not see him on the track, his impact will continue to inspire fans and fellow racers alike.

Photo by Team Monza 405


Stay tuned to StreetOutlawsTalks.com for more updates and reflections on Monza's journey and other developments in the world of street racing. Thank you for joining us, and remember to keep the discussion going in the comments below. Your thoughts and memories of Monza are always welcome.

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leonbrock1950
5 days ago

What is his son going to do now that Monza is going to take a siesta from racing.He has grown up in racing and seems to have gotten better with his tuning of his split bumper camero. I know that I am going to miss Monza.It seems like the 405 is falling apart. First Big Chief and the Crow and Monza not counting all the racers in the top10.Farm truck and Asian who was the Master of the racing and the death of Lucy Musi..

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