PRess Release –
Race Teams Make Final Adjustments to New 600 IQ® Race Sleds
Polaris snocross racers are eagerly looking forward to Thanksgiving weekend, but not because of turkey dinners and football.
No, the high-flying Polaris snocross racers have circled that weekend on their calendars because it’s the traditional WPSA season-opening event at Spirit Mountain in Duluth, Minnesota. Racing will take place Friday through Sunday, November 23-25, as the WPSA kicks off its eight-race national schedule.
The Polaris snocross race teams have good reason for optimism as they approach this coming season. First off, they have the momentum provided by last season’s domination of the premier WPSA classes.
Polaris racers won the Pro Open, Pro Stock and Pro Women’s titles last winter and earned more podium positions than racers on any other brand of sled.
Plus, the Polaris racers head into the new season on the new 600 IQ® Race Sled, which features an improved version of the race-proven IQ chassis and a powerful new Liberty® 600 engine.
NEW RACE SUPPORT TRANSPORTER
Race fans will see a new Polaris Racing technical support transporter on the WPSA race circuit this winter. The sharp-looking 18-wheeler carries machine shop equipment as well as an assortment of race sled parts. Polaris Racing support technicians use the rig as a workshop to assist Polaris racers.
The transporter also provides Polaris Racing personnel with an on-site work space where they can conduct meetings and formulate race strategy.
FOLLOW THE POLARIS RACERS
To keep track of the Polaris snocross racers’ results this coming winter, visit the Polaris Racing page inside the Polaris website: www.polarisindustries.com/en-us/snowmobiles/racing