By Marco Christiansen | Jun 21, 2021
Ryan Fellows, a road racer and cast individual from the Discovery series "Road Outlaws: Fastest in America," passed on in a fender bender on Sunday, Variety has affirmed. He was 41.
Disclosure and the authority Twitter represent the "Road Outlaws" establishment affirmed the news on Monday morning.
“The ‘Street Outlaws’ family is heartbroken by the accident that led to the tragic death of Ryan Fellows,” a Discovery spokesperson told Variety.
“We extend our deepest sympathy to Ryan’s loved ones as they process this sudden and devastating loss.”
As per detailing from TMZ, Fellows kicked the bucket while recording for "Quickest in America" in Las Vegas.
During one of the races booked for the show on Sunday morning, Fellows' Nissan 240z let completely go close to the end goal, turned over and burst into flames. Spectators couldn't haul him out from the vehicle in time.
“Fastest in America” is one of four Discovery Channel shows in the “Street Outlaws” franchise, along with the original show, “Memphis” and “No Prep Kings.”
The franchise, which premiered in 2013, provides an inside look into the world of street racing. Currently in its third season, “Fastest in America” is a competition show that focuses on eight teams of racers competing against one another for $100,000.