This past September, all-around motorsport madman Travis Pastrana conquered the famed Mt. Washington road in record time in a Vermont SportsCar-prepared Subaru on BFGoodrich g-Force Rally tires. The event was filmed for the “Red Bull Speed Chasers” project, and his time of 6 minutes and 20.47 seconds was a historic record-breaking Climb to the Clouds that will be aired on NBC’s World of Adventure Sports broadcast (it aired this past weekend, but check for re-airs).

In honor of this amazing accomplishment and the upcoming NBC broadcast, BFGoodrich Tires has announced that it will offer race fans and Off-Road.com visitors a chance to win a piece of automotive history – an actual wheel and tire bolted onto the Subaru for Travis’ record-breaking feat signed by Travis.

Traveling at an average speed of nearly 72 miles per hour in a Vermont SportsCar, Travis Pastrana took his BFGoodrich Tires-shod 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI rally car on the 149-year-old Mt. Washington Auto Road. Four-time Rally America National Champion Pastrana made sure the project name, Red Bull Speed Chasers, lived up to its name. He reached the summit faster than anyone else in history by clocking an officially timed run of 6 minutes 20.47 seconds, besting the previous record by more than 20 seconds.

Pastrana posted the great time on his first-ever high-speed run to the summit. The 7.6-mile-long Mt. Washington Auto Road is a serious challenge for racers, with the partially paved, partially gravel road is lined with trees and dangerous drop-offs. There are more than 100 turns on the road that climbs to a 6,288 foot summit of the Northeast’s tallest peak. Pastrana posted the time a year before the legendary Mt. Washington “Climb to the Clouds” Automobile Hillclimb will return after a 10-year hiatus on June 22-26, 201,1 as part of the 150th anniversary of the Mt. Washington Auto Road..