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It was always planned that Travis would do a couple of races and share driving duties with Brit [Lilly] but it depended on his schedule. Let’s hope we have resolved all the issues we have had lately and have a trouble-free run so we can end the season on a high.
Huski Ice Spritz Throttleman
Travis Pastrana will return to Class 1 action to take the wheel and reunite with Steve Curtis in Huski Ice Spritz at the season-ending finale in St. Petersburg, Florida on 1-3 September.
Pastrana, a world-renowned stunt performer and extreme sports icon, made his UIM Class 1 debut last season and partnered Curtis for most of the races, winning twice and finishing second twice, to seal the championship, his only outing in 2023 alongside Johnny Tomlinson in Pothole Heroes in Sarasota. “It was always planned that Travis would do a couple of races and share driving duties with Brit [Lilly] but it depended on his schedule. Let’s hope we have resolved all the issues we have had lately and have a trouble-free run so we can end the season on a high.” Curtis said.
The team’s season imploded somewhat over the two races in Sheboygan where technical problems derailed their title challenge, missing out on both podiums and picking up just 13 points, ending their title defence.
There is still a little work for Curtis and Pastrana to do in St. Petersburg, where they won last year, to secure their spot on the season-ending podium, the pair needing just four points to seal the championship runners-up slot.