Ryan Fellows Dead at 41 in Car Crash While Filming ‘Street Outlaws’
Ryan Fellows, a racer and star of the television show Street Outlaws, pass away in a car accident on Sunday while filming an upcoming episode in Las Vegas. An uncovering spokesperson confirmed his death on Monday in a statement.
“With the tragic loss of Ryan Fellows, the family and friends of the Street Outlaws have been deeply saddened by this sudden accidental death.”
According to a report from wh, Fellows’ Nissan lost control near the finish line on Sunday morning, rolling over and catching fire. Bystanders were not able to free him in time.
The fellow is survived by his wife, Liz, and children Josiah and Olivia. They have set up a Go-Fund-Me for his family so that they can be taken care of. The Go-Fund-Me page says: “Ryan was an avid car enthusiast who loved basketball, and cars. He was an accomplished salesperson who loved challenging himself to succeed in any endeavor he undertook.” It also includes a photo of Fellows with his wife and kids.
Ryan said he was a big drag racing man in a video from the program in 2021 and drove a 2016 Lamborghini Huracan. Ryan managed to avoid crashing, but his car almost crashed. The race also featured part of the risk involved with his job, which was presented at the auto show.
With the death of the lead racers, Jonathan ‘JJ Da Boss’ and his wife Tricia Day, the show lost a great deal of stability. The accident happened in January 2022 and they didn’t speak about their injuries until they began walking again in March. It was later revealed that Tricia underwent surgery on her hips and suffered burns on her hands and face.
Fellow mentioned that he loved his family more than his accomplishments. Fellow’s family members are now struggling to adjust on their own after the loss of Fellow.
There is currently very little information available about Fellows. Before his recent death, he was known for his appearances on Street Outlaws: Fastest in America. He became popular on the internet only after his recent death.