The Best Travis Pastrana


The Best Travis Pastrana
Travis Pastrana Anibal Guerrero was born on October 8, 1983, in Annapolis, Maryland is a car and motorcycle rider who has won several gold medals at the X Games in the disciplines of motocross, freestyle motocross and rally.

Pastrana won the AMA Championship Motocross 125cc in 2000 In 2002 he came to the main class, 250 cc, where he never managed to win any final race. Simultaneously, Pastrana competed in motocross freestyle, where he attempted several unpublished tricks like the double backflip, 360 and rodeo 720 From 1999 to 2006, competed regularly in the tests of this mode at the X Games, where he garnered seven medals freestyle gold with a total of 12 medals. He also won four events of Red Bull X-Fighters between 2004 and 2007.

In 2005 he added to his schedule rally to compete in the Rally America Championship. He won the championship four consecutive times from 2006 to 2009 as an official Subaru driver, getting 17 wins. He also participated in Rally events and Super Rally X Games since 2006, where he won two gold medals and two silver, and played seven editions of the Race of Champions. In 2007 and 2008 he participated in some dates of the World Rally Championship Production Car.

Pastrana went on to stock cars in 2011, the contest three races of the NASCAR East Series. In 2012 he debuted in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.


Travis Pastrana Triple Backflip




 Robert Pastrana, Travis' father and Marine Corps veteran of the United States, was born in Puerto Rico but is descended from Colombia, which made Travis chose to represent the island in international competitions.

The February 27, 2008, the FIA, Motorcycle and Karting in Puerto Rico granted a license to represent them, which was ratified by the Latin American Motorcycle Union. His start in the team was the March 15, 2008, when he participated in the Latin American Supercross Championships organized in Costa Rica. He qualified for the finals by defeating Erick Vallejo of Mexico. In the finals he finished third, behind local racer Roberto Castro and Vallejo Rican.

Pastrana competed in the Race of Champions in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 His best individual in the Race of Champions were in 2003, 2006 and 2007, when it reached the quarterfinals results and was defeated by Marcus Grönholm (finalist), Sébastien Loeb (winner) and Mattias Ekström (winner). In 2009, Pastrana and Tanner Foust reached the semifinals of the Cup of Nations for Team USA, where German Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel the title track removed.

In 2012, Pastrana played nine races of the NASCAR Nationwide Series, earning a best finish of 13th place in Indianapolis, and eight races of the NASCAR East Series, where he managed a fourth place finish and four top-10s also competed in the Global Championship Rallycross with a Dodge Dart, earning a win and was tenth in the final classifier. He also played the 24 Hours of Daytona with a Ferrari 458 of AF Corse / Michael Waltrip Racing, who arrived late goal.

The following year, Pastrana became a regular Roush Fenway Racing in the Nationwide Series, but won 4 top 10 that left him in 14th in the championship. Before the end of that season he announced that he will leave NASCAR at the end of the year due to lack of sponsorship.





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