Ryan Fellows, a 'Street Outlaws' cast member, died in a car accident at the age of 41.

 Ryan Fellows, a 'Street Outlaws' cast member, died in a car accident at the age of 41.

Ryan Fellows, a 'Street Outlaws' cast member, died in a car accident at the age of 41.

Fellows died while filming "Fastest in America" in Las Vegas, according to TMZ. Fellows' Nissan 240z lost control near the finish line during one of the races scheduled for the show on Sunday morning, rolled over, and caught fire. Onlookers were unable to extract him from the vehicle in time.


"Fastest in America," along with the original show, "Memphis," and "No Prep Kings," is one of four Discovery Channel shows in the "Street Outlaws" franchise. The franchise, which debuted in 2013, gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of street racing. "Fastest in America," now in its third season, is a competition show that features eight teams of racers competing for $100,000. Fellows appeared as a guest racer in a Season 5 episode of "Memphis" and competed in the show's third season.

Fellows is survived by his wife Liz, as well as their two children, Josiah and Olivia. "Ryan was an avid car enthusiast and was a road 'warrior' in many ways that extended to loves of basketball, cars, and business in sales/advertising," according to a Go-Fund-Me page set up for his family. He was admired for his tenacity and unwavering determination to overcome the obstacles in his path."

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