Minneapolis – Polaris RZR continues to show sheer dominance in the Best in the Desert Racing Series (BITD), winning 11 of the top 12 Pro UTV finishes and the top two overall in the General Tire “Vegas to Reno” The Long Way presented by FOX.
CRANDON, WISC. — Living up to its “Big House” nickname, Crandon International Raceway today announced the largest single-day cash and prize purse in short-course off-road racing history as it prepares to host its Labor Day weekend Off-Road World Championships and new Crandon World Cup.
Minneapolis – For the second Best in the Desert race in a row, Polaris RZRs swept both the Pro Turbo and Pro Production podiums. Polaris Factory Racers Marc Burnett and Justin Lambert would win each class with Burnett taking the overall and Polaris Factory Racer Branden Sims taking third overall.
Minneapolis – Nearly 50 UTVs converged on Las Vegas for the 2016 Polaris RZR Mint 400 Presented by BFGoodrich Tires. When the dust settled, Polaris RZRs would sweep both the Pro Turbo and Pro Production podiums.
March 2, 2015, San Diego, CA – The Mint 400 today announced Polaris RZR has signed on as the title sponsor of the 2016 Mint 400, taking place March 9-13, in Las Vegas, NV. Started in 1967, The Mint 400 is the premier off-road race in world, boasting the largest field of competitors, a massive crowd of spectators and the most comprehensive national television coverage of any off-road race on the planet. Part of the Best In The Desert Championship, this year’s record-setting Mint 400 has already drawn 330 race teams and set a new class entry record of 65 UTVs.
The 2016 Polaris RZR UTV World Championship powered by Monster Energy with support from Polaris RZR will award four brand new Polaris RZR machines to race winners. Last year the event gave away two new RZR XP1000s at the event. For 2016, event organizers have upped the ante by dishing out over $60,000 in RZRs. The Polaris RZR UTV World Championship powered by Monster Energy takes place February 19th-20th in Laughlin, NV.
Minneapolis – This year’s SCORE Baja 1000 a shorter course at more than 800 miles but much more brutal terrain as year’s past. Polaris RZR would go into the race, once again, as the defending champion and reign supreme taking the top five spots in Class 19.
Minneapolis – Fresh off a win at Vegas to Reno, Polaris Factory Racer Justin Lambert in the No. 1918 Cognito Motorsports RZR 4 1000 EPS would line up with 24 other Pro UTVs for Best in the Desert’s (BITD) Blue Water Desert Challenge, and come away victorious.