Ryan Fellows Passed Away At The Age Of 41

Ryan Fellows

Ryan Fellows, the hero of Street Outlaws: Fastest in America, died in an accident at the age of 41. A Discovery spokesman stated:

“The Street Outlaws family is devastated by the tragedy that resulted in Ryan Fellows’ terrible death.” We send our heartfelt condolences to Ryan’s family as they cope with this unexpected and tragic loss.”

His funeral arrangements are still being finalized.

When the tragedy occurred, Fellows was shooting Street Outlaws: Fastest in America.

On August 7, Ryan Fellows was engaged in an automobile accident. He was driving a gold Nissan 240 when it overturned and caught fire. When the tragedy occurred, Fellows was shooting Street Outlaws: Fastest in America. Everyone on the scene raced to rescue him, but they were unable to save him. Following his passing, a GoFundMe campaign was set up, with the following message:

“Ryan was a passionate automobile enthusiast and a road ‘fighter’ in many respects, with interests in basketball, cars, and business in sales/advertising.” He was recognized for his perseverance and unwavering will to conquer the obstacles in his path.”

Ryan Fellows

Fellows loved his family more than his accomplishments, according to the website. It further said that the family members now need support in moving on with their lives after this tragic loss.ย The page’s goal is to raise $50,000 and has so far raised roughly $4000. Donors also expressed their sorrow, saying they adored him and thought he was one of the most down-to-earth people they had ever met.

There is presently very little information known about Fellows. Despite his performances in Street Outlaws: Fastest in America, he only became popular on the internet after his death.ย In a video from the program in 2021, he described himself as a major drag racing enthusiast while driving a 2016 Lamborghini Huracan. Ryan’s automobile was on the verge of crashing, but he recovered in time. The race also highlighted the dangers of his trade.

Ryan Fellows

Two other racers from the program, Jonathan ‘JJ Da Boss’ and his wife Tricia Day, were almost murdered in an accident before his death. The tragedy occurred in January 2022, and their injuries were not disclosed until they resumed walking in March. It was subsequently revealed that Tricia had to have hip surgery, and Jonathan got burns on his hands and face.

Social media users pay tribute.

Ryan Fellows has gained notoriety as a result of his performance in Street Outlaws: Fastest in America. When word of his death spread, many took to social media to pay their respects: