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Judge Travis Pastrana May Be New to ‘AGT’ But He’s a Pro at Extreme

Motorsports competitor Travis Pastrana will be sitting at the judges’ table on the new series America’s Got Talent: Extreme. To prove just how qualified he is to judge extreme acts, Pastrana recorded a video for the AGT Instagram page explaining his experience. Travis Pastrana Shares Extreme Sports Experience.

Colton Herta to replace injured Travis Pastrana in Race of Champions

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Colton Herta will represent the United States in next weekend's international Race of Champions as the replacement for injured driver Travis Pastrana. Pastrana said this week he broke his back and hip in a BASE jumping accident. Herta will take his place alongside seven-time NASCAR champion...

Gymkhana 12 Delayed After Travis Pastrana Breaks Back In Wild Stunt

If you don't know who Travis Pastrana is, you need a weekend alone with highlight reels from Nitro Circus and the X Games. He's also driven in NASCAR and rallycross and has replicated some of daredevil Evel Knievel's most death-defying stunts. Basically, this is a guy that sees the limit and would rather try to bend the laws of physics to his will than back off. Last year, he smashed the Mt. Washington hillclimb record in his heavily modified Subaru WRX STi. This year, he's shooting a new Gymkhana film with a custom 1983 Subaru wagon. It's been going well, but with just two days of filming remaining, the driver and stuntman chased one adrenaline high too many.

Travis Pastrana Injured In Horrifying Crash Last Weekend

Earlier this week, motorsports legend Travis Pastrana suffered a horrifying base-jumping accident that landed him in the hospital. The X Games gold medalist and full-time stuntman posted a video on Instagram – from his hospital bed. In the video Pastrana explained what led to the accident and what injuries he suffered as a result.

Travis Pastrana Says He Broke Back, Hip In Terrifying Parachute Crash

Motorsports legend Travis Pastrana says he broke his back and hip in his horrifying parachute crash last weekend ... but somehow, he said he's expected to make a full recovery. The X Games gold medalist and daredevil posted a video update from his hospital bed Thursday ... explaining his failed...

‘AGT: Extreme’ Judge Travis Pastrana Suffers Accident While Filming Base Jump

Travis Pastrana shared multiple videos to Instagram after a stunt went horribly wrong for the daredevil as he was filming for Gymkhana. Luckily, Pastrana says he will make a fully recovery after the accident and seems to be in good spirits. Immediately after seeing the recent post, fans are wondering what will happen for AGT: Extreme.

Travis Pastrana, X Games Legend, Hospitalized After Parachute Stunt Gone Wrong

Travis Pastrana, a stunt performer who has won multiple championships at the X Games and competed in NASCAR, is currently hospitalized in Florida after suffering injuries in a parachute stunt, according to PEOPLE. The 38-year-old was taken to a hospital in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday after attempting to jump from a high-rise hotel to Huizenga Plaza. A video of the incident was posted on Instagram, which shows Pastrana trying to control the parachute before crashing to the ground.

Travis Pastrana reportedly injured in Florida roof-jump stunt

America's stunt-master-in-chief Travis Pastrana reportedly banged himself up (again, or more like again-again) in a roof jump exhibition gone slightly wrong Saturday. TMZ reports that Pastrana was hospitalized in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with a broken hip after base-jumping from the roof of a Hyatt. Julian Siegel of The Riverside Market...


Professional motorsports competitor and stuntman Travis Pastrana brought the stunts and action not normally seen on U.S. 1 on Jan. 20. A portion of U.S. 1 at MM 91 was closed off by Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies for brief periods of time as Pastrana performed drifts in a roaring 1983 Subaru GL Monster unveiled by Hoonigan and Subaru. It was all part of a video shoot with film crews. Pastrana used the road leading to Tavernier Creek Marina as a runway to perform drifts onto U.S. 1.