How did Tyler "Flip" Priddy from Street Outlaws pass away May 28 2013?
While there is no published information on how Tyler Gene Priddy died, he passed away at the age of 31 on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at his home in Yukon, OK. Some sources say he committed suicide for depression issues however there is no strong evidence for that.
Tyler was the parts warehouse manager and worked for Warren Caterpillar for 10 years. He liked drag racing; starting with a Mustang, then an El Camino, he afterwards turned his passion towards a reality TV show called “Street Outlaws”, a real-life version of The Fast and the Furious, beating out several others to be selected for the show.
Keep up with the latest news from Street Outlaws by following the show on Twitter @StreetOutlaws.
Check out some race driving techniques at TurnFast.
Just In! The new season premiere of STREET OUTLAWS aired on Discovery Channel on Monday, December 29, 2014 at 9/8c. The racers return with more intense list racing and out-of-town challenges. The bets are higher, the smack talk louder, the list tougher and the races faster than ever before—and the racers are all putting their reputations on the line, whether challenger or “the fastest racers in the country.”
This season, the 405 face their fastest challengers yet. The stakes are high for the “baddest” and best on the scene, with the 405 members fighting to get on the “list” of the 10 fastest cars in Oklahoma City. These guys will do anything to get and stay ranked, even if it means running from the law! Catch more at TVRuckus.