Travis Pastrana is one of action sports’ most popular athletes, with a career that spans motocross, supercross, freestyle motocross, NASCAR, stage rally, rallycross, and record-breaking jumps and stunts.
Travis Pastrana and Brandon Semenuk will lead Subaru Motorsports USA’s two-car effort for the 2020 American Rally Association season.
Travis Pastrana is one of U.S. rally’s most decorated drivers, winning four consecutive Rally America titles from 2006 to 2009 and adding a fifth in the inaugural American Rally Association season in 2017.
Semenuk began his rally career in 2010 in a WRX, eventually moving on to faster STI models and a Subaru Canada-supported Crosstrek rally car. He has used off-season testing to acclimate to the faster Open Class WRX STI.
Semenuk will compete in 2020 alongside co-driver John Hall.
Brandon Semenuk is very much at home on dirt, with a MTB career includes three FMB World Tour titles, three Red Bull Rampage event victories and five overall Crankworx Whistler Red Bull Joyride wins.
Brandon Semenuk has quickly established himself as a rising star in North American rally, with five total event wins in the Canadian Rally Championship and a pair of North American Rally Cup titles in the last three seasons.
Pastrana and Semenuk will pilot identically prepared Subaru WRX STI rally cars developed by technical partner Vermont SportsCar, both wearing the iconic blue and gold Subaru rally colors.
Five-time U.S. national rally champion and action sports legend Travis Pastrana will return to Subaru for his first full season of stage rally competition since 2017.
Travis Pastrana will partner with longtime co-driver Robbie Durant for the 2020 season.
Brandon Semenuk, a rising rally star and one of the world’s most successful freeride mountain bike athletes, will compete for Subaru in 2020 in his first full season of U.S. rally.
Pastrana has spent the 2018-2019 seasons competing in rally and rallycross events as his schedule permits, finishing 2019 with a pair of podium finishes at Oregon Trail Rally and Ojibwe Forests Rally.