Polaris India, leaders in Off-Road
and All-Terrain Vehicles, maintained its winning streak by securing the top two
pole positions in the third edition of Ultimate Desert Offroad 2016. The new
champion Kabir Waraich comfortably secured the pole position and was followed
by Raj Singh Rathore who finished a close second. The three day event tested
the grit and stamina of drivers and their vehicles at the might sand dunes of
An interesting combination of
off-roading, all-terrain driving and navigational challenges, the three day
event, tested the mental and physical strength of the participants like none
other. Every leg in the Ultimate Desert Offroad 2016 had a challenging terrain
and an ideal surrounding to measure the ability of the vehicle and the
experience of the crew on board, alike.
The drivers who had participated
in the Ultimate Desert Offroad 2016 drove through one of the most challenging
trails via towns of Naal, Kolayat and Miakore. Polaris India had participated
in this challenging and demanding event with three highly output RZR’s
including two RZR S 800 and an RZR XP
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