Monday , December 5 2016
Home / Business / Automobile / Polaris India gets podium at Raid De Himalaya 2016

Polaris India gets podium at Raid De Himalaya 2016

polaristruck

New Delhi [India]: Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries Inc., on Friday got podium in the 18th edition of world’s highest motorsport arena- Raid De Himalaya.

Ace rallyists, Lhakpa Tsering and his co-driver V Venu Rameshkumar displayed their fantastic performance through the toughest motorable roads and secured first position in Class 7 category of 4X4 Extreme.

“We are absolutely delighted with our participation and performance at one of the most challenging motorsport rallies- Raid De Himalaya. The extraordinary Polaris RZR XP 4 1000 is designed and engineered to perform even in the most challenging terrains like the mighty Himalayas. Raid De Himalaya gave us a platform to underline the practicality and the performance of these mean machines in extreme off road condition. I would like to congratulate the winners for displaying their determination and achieving yet another milestone for Polaris India. I was happy to see that all 4 participants on Polaris RZR finished the rally,” said Managing Director, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., Pankaj Dubey.

Raid de Himalaya has a reputation of being the toughest race in India and now enjoys royalty status on the Indian Motorsport calendar with Himalayan range as the scene of action.

Open to 4×4’s, Motorcycles and Quadbikes alike, Raid de Himalaya will test the endurance, ingenuity, physical and mental toughness of the rallyist like none other.

Polaris India Pvt. Ltd. was established as a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries Inc. (USA), which designs, engineers manufactures and markets innovative, high quality Off-Road Vehicles (ORV’s), innovative All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), the Polaris Ranger and RZR (for recreational and utility use), Snowmobiles, Motorcycles ( Indian and Victory) and electric-powered vehicles.(ANI)

Read Also

houbarabustard

Visiting Qatari royals hunt endangered ‘Houbara’ in Pakistan

8