Street Outlaws Monza Returns After Nasty Rollover Crash
You know how they put that disclaimer at the beginning of Street Outlaws episodes that will tell you not to do what they do? While sometimes, these kinds of warnings sometimes will go right in one ear and out the other for some people, situations sometimes come to life like this that show us why exactly the warning is there in the first place. No matter what kind of racing you’re doing, it always bears some sort of danger EVEN for the professionals and this time, it just so happened that a pretty bad situation would end up unfolding as Monza in the Sinister Split Bumper Chevrolet Camaro ended up going for a while ride on Street Outlaws when he lined it up with Chuck and his Ford Mustang.
If you want to see what happened in the incident, you could check that out at this link as we scraped together all of the relevant information backing the crash. Even after seeing something like that and learning that Monza did end up walking away from the accident, it really makes you wonder what exactly would happen to the car and how long it’s going to take him to get back out there.
Because Street Outlaws isn’t posted directly after the episodes are filmed as you’d expect with any big-budget television show, Monza has actually since returned to racing even though we just witnessed the accident unfold on TV a couple of days ago. How has he been doing since he’s made the necessary repairs after that brutal rollover?
If you follow along down the video below, you’ll check out the spectacular footage from TomEighty Videos as he did quite a job of covering the return of the car that actually looks pretty similar to its former self, outside of a couple of visual tweaks, that is. Get yourself all dialed in and see the details for yourself down below.