Brandon Semenuk spent much of the shortened 2020 season focusing on building pace in the car, but by season’s end was able to consistently turn in top-level stage times and challenge for event victories.
Travis Pastrana found himself on the back foot in early 2020 thanks to an engine fire at Southern Ohio, but bounced back to win at Ojibwe Forests Rally and take three consecutive podiums to round out the year.
Travis Pastrana, longtime Subaru star and action sports icon, will look to capture his sixth overall U.S. rally title in his first full-season campaign since winning the 2017 championship.
Travis Pastrana has won three times at Sno*Drift and will look to add a fourth victory to kick off his 2021 championship campaign.
Team drivers Travis Pastrana and Brandon Semenuk return from 2020, alongside co-drivers Rhianon Gelsomino and John Hall.
Breakout star Brandon Semenuk, also one of the world’s premier freeride mountain bike athletes, finished second in the 2020 driver’s championship and picked up his first U.S. rally win.
Brandon Semenuk has won in winter rounds in the Canadian championship and will use that experience to his advantage in the woods of northern Michigan.
Subaru Motorsports USA will kick off the 2021 American Rally Association season at Michigan’s Sno*Drift Rally on February 20.
Sno*Drift Rally is known for its challenging conditions and the lack of tire studs, which make grip a struggle for even the best-prepared cars.
The 2020 season was a challenge for the Subaru team, which saw the event calendar cut in half due to the pandemic but emerged with seven total podiums and two event victories.
After weathering the adversities of 2020, the Subaru team will contest a nine-round campaign aimed at capturing a fourteenth overall U.S. championship in the new year.
The Sno*Drift event is also a return for the Subaru team, which has not contested the U.S. calendar’s most infamous winter round since 2016.