Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., fielded two teams in the 10th Desert Storm Rally and put on a fabulous display of their off road might, emerging the victor, bagging the first prize in the Moto Quad category with the RANGER RZR S 800 side-by-side. The RZR finished first with an amazing lead of 1 hour 40 minutes leaving the competitors in the category far behind says Polaris.

Raj Singh Rathore behind the wheels Of Side By Side RANGER RZR S 800

Commenting on the win, Mr. Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director, Polaris India, said, “This victory is very special for us since this is our first official entry in the grueling Desert Storm Rally. The achievement underlines the incredible capabilities of our off-road vehicles and their stellar performance in Motor Sports. Polaris is best known for its powersports vehicles, which handle unforgiving terrains with ease and offer the smoothest rides even in extreme conditions. Desert Storm is an apt platform for Polaris to showcase the sturdiness and the amazing capabilities of Polaris off roaders”.

Polaris India participated the Desert Storm Rally for the first time with two entrants, the RANGER RZR S 800 side-by-side driven by Raj Singh Rathore and Sportsman 550 EPS (Hunter) ridden by Rahul Soni, in the Moto Quad category.

Polaris also stressed on the fact that none of the Polaris vehicles required any kind of servicing or modification for the entire duration of five days over which the rally was conducted. The Polaris vehicles truly stood the test of unmatched performance, safety & reliability, says the company.

Pankaj Dubey MD Polaris India with Raj Singh Rathore in the RANGER RZR S 800

Polaris India seem to be putting their marketing money where they can prove the real world worth of their products, with events like the Desert Storm as well as unique demo rides to enthusiasts and more.

Rahul Soni riding the Powerful Sportsman 550 EPS

Rahul Soni Sportsman 550 EPS

Unfortunately, Rahul Soni on the Sportsman, the only ATV in the event, seems to have crashed in Storm Stage 8 after sticking on Raj Singh’s Rathore tail for some time.