Travis Pastrana is a legendary American stuntman and motorsports athlete. Pastrana, a man with multiple achievements in the field of motor-racing and stunts, is a three-time motocross racing champion. Along with this, Travis Pastrana was also managed to become a part of famous American auto racing company NASCAR. With his career, he has managed to grab up numerous awards, fandom and a huge sum of net worth.
The man with an ample amount of career is also prominent for the tremendous net worth he has managed to accumulate as a sportsperson. Find out more about his awesome career and jaw-dropping assets with us.
Find Out About Pastrana’s Net worth, Salary, House, and Properties
The professional motorsports racer and stunt driver has managed to accumulate huge net worth. According to the sources, Pastrana net worth amounts up to $30 million. With his involvement in a various competition like Red Bull X Fighters, The X Games, Rally America, Dew Tour, he has grabbed up this sum.
As per the online source, the NASCAR racing driver tends to make millions each year depending upon the experience of driving and racing. As Pastrana has been involved with NASCAR’s 29 events, he earning is definitely an outcome of the same.
Besides his racing career, he has also summed up his money with the help of his MTV show Nitro Circus. Along with this, he has also made several appearances in TV series On Pace with Pastrana. He is also involved in brand endorsements activities for Suzuki, Subaru.
Pastrana currently resides with his family in Davidsonville, Maryland. He is living a lavish life at Maryland. Having been married to a professional skateboarder Lyn-Z Adams, the couple has two children naming Add and Bristol.
Talking about his house, it is no less than a five-star hotel. Travis along with his family enjoy a pool, gym, a rock climbing wall, and trails of stunt racing equipment and a giant foam pit in the house itself.
Pastrana’s Career Journey From The Beginning
Pastrana currently competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series representing No.45 Chevrolet Silverado.
His career journey was not easy at all. Bounded by numerous injuries Pastrana has just pulled up himself from his comfort zone by choosing his foremost childhood interest as a career. At the age of 13, Pastrana was already involved in motocross racing.
Born on October 8, 1983, in Annapolis, Maryland, Pastrana was curious in the field of motor racing since a small age. He gave his curiosity a retreat on June 11, 2003, by driving a sports car Corvette at the age of 19. With the very act, he got seriously injured when his Corvette crashed into the tree in Davidsonville, Maryland.
Once a seeker will always be a seeker. Like this, Pastrana didn’t get demotivated by this incident but tempted to dig deep down in this field. Let’s give a glance upon his various achievements furthermore.
With his involvement in racing championships, Pastrana has won three motocross racing championships which include 2000 AMA 125cc National championship, 2001 125cc East Coast Supercross Championship, and 125cc Rose Creek Invitational. Later in 2002, he moved up to the 250cc class.
If we give a proper glance at Pastrana, he is always seen competing on Suzuki motorcycles. From this, we can easily make out that he is very loyal to Team Cernic's Suzuki.
Pastrana competed in the first-ever Red Bull Straight Rhythm competition on October 3, 2014. Although he got eliminated from the competition he managed to earn huge love and support from his fans.
Team Puerto Rico
Travis father Robert Pastrana was a native of Puerto Rican. With this, it made Travis directly eligible to represent Puerto Rico in international competition. In the year 2009 of February 27, the motorcycling association of Puerto Rico Asociacion de Motociclismo de Puerto Rico provided him with driving license. His made his debut with the team on March 15, 2008.
In 2003, Pastrana started his rallying career with international motorsport event Race of Champions. In 2004, he began driving with Japanese automobile division Subaru for Vermont SportsCar Rally team.
Later in 2006, he was signed by Subaru to lead their new Subaru Rally Team in the USA along with Christian Edstrom, a veteran co-driver. With this, he managed to win his very first gold medal.
Pastrana along with Edstrom managed to appear in various races in the same year. On February 19, 2007, Edstrom felt a need to concentrate on his personal life leaving Pastrana alone. He was co-operated by former McRae co-driver Derek Ringer for the 100 Acre Wood Rally in Salem, Missouri, and Rally America.
In September 2008, Pastrana took part in the Colin McRae Forest Stages Rally, and on August 29, 2009, he competed at Ojibwe Forests Rally. Talking about the year 2011, Pastrana began competing in the United States rallycross series Global RallyCross Championship.
In the year 2011, Pastrana made his debut in NASCAR by driving in the Toyota All-Star Showdown. In the same match, he stood in the sixth position. Later in the same year, he competed at Richmond International Raceway alongside another NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin's Short Track Showdown.
Later on, he collaborated with Michael Waltrip Racing and Gary & Blake Bechtel. The team was named as Pastrana-Waltrip Racing. The team took part in three K&N Pro Series of East Richmond Blue Ox 100.
Pastrana made his Nationwide series debut on April 27, 2012, at the Richmond 250. With his involvement in NASCAR, he competed in various events. Later on, on November 11, 2013, Pastrana left NASCAR. He revealed this via his Facebook account.
"I hate to quit and I hate to fail, but sometimes things work out as they should. I've never been able to figure out the finesse required in pavement racing and that is disappointing, but I'm looking forward to driving more rally and racing more off-road trucks and there will be some announcements on those fronts shortly."
On September 23, 2015, Pastrana returned back to NASCAR by signing a one-race contract with NTS Motorsports to race the No. 31 Chevrolet in the Truck Series race that was held in Las Vegas on October 3. He finished 16th in the same event.
Later on, in 2017 he returned to the Truck Series driving the No. 45 Chevrolet for Niece Motorsports that was held in Las Vegas.
Well, the stuntman's career so far has been exquisite and we hope to see more of him in the days to come.