Derek Ringer was his co-driver and they entered in a historic Ford Escort RS1600, he was one of a number of celebrity drivers to take part in the event in memory of Mc Rae, who died in 2007.
On August 29, 2009 Pastrana claimed the overall victory at Ojibwe Forests Rally, his fifth of the 2009 Rally America season, the victory sealed his fourth consecutive Rally America driver's title, the most in series history.
31 Chevrolet in the Truck Series race at Las Vegas on October 3.
Injuries have often taken Pastrana off the circuit for weeks or months at a time, his medical records include: a dislocated spine, he has torn his ACL, PCL, LCL, MCL and meniscus in his left knee, broken his tibia and fibula, he’s had surgery on his left wrist twice, left thumb once, two surgeries on his back, one on his right elbow, nine on his left knee, six on the right knee, one shoulder surgery which left him with the only piece of metal he has in his body.
In November 2012, Pastrana was revealed to have arranged a full-season ride for 2013 in the Nationwide Series with Roush Fenway Racing, he drove in the team's No.
60 Ford during the 2013 season, posting four top-ten finishes with a best finish of ninth at Richmond International Raceway.
Pastrana and Edstrom clinched the 2006 Rally America National Series overall and open class championship on October 22, 2006 during day one of the Lake Superior Performance Rally, the team finished out the 2006 series with another first-place victory at the Wild West Rally in Olympia, Washington on December 31, 2006.
On December 16, 2006 Pastrana competed at the 2006 Race of Champions at the Stade de France in Paris, he represented the United States in the Nations' Cup by himself, after injuries forced teammate Jimmie Johnson and his replacement Scott Speed to withdraw.
Pastrana has always raced and competed on Suzuki motorcycles, and remains fiercely loyal to the brand, he races with Team Cernic's Suzuki.In 2003, Pastrana opened a rallying career in the Race of Champions, and began driving for the Subaru-backed Vermont Sports Car rally team in 2004.Starting in 2006, Pastrana was signed by Subaru to lead their new Subaru Rally Team USA, being paired once again with veteran co-driver Christian Edstrom, on August 5, 2006 Pastrana won the gold medal in the first rally car competition at the X Games, edging out rally legend Colin Mc Rae by 0.53 seconds after Mc Rae rolled his car through the last jump.His debut with the team took place on March 15, 2008.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.