Here he qualified to the finals by defeating Erick Vallejo of Mexico.
In the finals he finished third, behind local Costa Rican racer Roberto Castro and Vallejo.
Pastrana has always raced and competed on Suzuki motorcycles, and remains fiercely loyal to the brand. All of his motorcycles and rally cars carry the number 199.
He even sponsored a Monster Jam truck called Pastrana 199 and Nitro Circus, after the show on MTV.
He currently competes in the Global Rally Cross Championship, driving the No. Pastrana has won three motocross racing championships: the 2000 A. Pastrana also raced in the 2000 Motocross des Nations. His stand-up style, ability to spot jump combinations and great speed through the whoops make him easy to spot on the track.
Although Pastrana has never won a 250cc race, his kindness to the fans and love of the sport still make him one of the most popular riders of all time. At 13 years old Pastrana was already performing stunts during motocross racing, keeping the fans enthused and, later in life, leading to his career in freestyle motocross.
On October 3, 2014, Pastrana competed in the first ever Red Bull Straight Rhythm competition, riding in the Open Class on a Suzuki RM-Z 450 with a Honda CR500 engine swap.
He dubbed the bike the RM-Zilla, a name born on Instagram where Pastrana posted a picture of the bike and the quote "I see your 450 and raise you a 500." However, Pastrana was eliminated early on in the bracket and James Stewart took the win.
On February 27, 2008, the Asociación de Motociclismo de Puerto Rico (Motorcycling Association of Puerto Rico) provided him with a license to represent the island, which was accepted by the Unión Latinoamericana de Motociclismo, the relevant sanctioning body in Latin America.
His debut with the team took place on March 15, 2008.
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