Action sports star Travis Pastrana is returning to NASCAR, if only for one race. Pastrana announced from his Instagram account that he will compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series' event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Oct. 3. The 31-year-old extreme sports standout is scheduled to drive the NTS Motorsports No. 31 Chevrolet, said team competition director Chris Rice. "Couldn't be more excited right now," Pastrana said on Instagram before thanking the truck's sponsors -- GunBroker.com , Never Too Hungover and Lazy F Ranch. The event will be just the second-ever truck appearance for Pastrana , who also entered the series' 2012 race at Las Vegas. The bulk of Pastrana's NASCAR experience came in 2013 in his lone full season in what is now the XFINITY Series, driving the No. 60 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing . Pastrana claimed one Coors Light Pole Award (Talladega in May), but wound up 14th in the final standings after crashing out of six of the campaign's 33 races. Pastrana announced on Facebook just days before the 2013 season finale that he would not return the following season, citing frustrating results, a lack of sponsorship and his desire to spend more time with his wife and then-infant daughter. Since exiting NASCAR full-time, Pastrana has competed in RallyCross and off-road racing, in addition to his career as a motocross stunt performer.
Travis Pastrana , who suffered damage at the onset of the race, has a tire go down and crashes hard.
Travis Pastrana talks about Daytona and his goals to finish top ten in the next few races.
Travis Pastrana talks about winning the pole at Talladega and the intensity of driving for NASCAR.
Travis Pastrana spins in Turn 2 bringing his day to an end.
It has been a rough year so far for Travis Pastrana and the No. 60 team.
Travis Pastrana and Landon Cassill get turned by Johanna Long
Travis Pastrana spins twice, Robert Richardson Jr.'s engine goes up in a fireball and Denny Hamlin has to change his carburetor.
Travis Pastrana spins after contact with Austin Dillon. Then crashes head on into the outside wall.
Travis Pastrana makes contact with Alex Bowman, sending the No. 60 spinning down the backstretch.