Highlights from Polaris 6 held at the Indigo O2 arena London 02/17/18.
The matches included Craig Jones, Jake Shields, Benson Henderson, AJ Agazarm, Serena Gabrielli, Gezary Matuda, Marcin Held, Chris Fishgold, Marco Canha, Ash Grimshaw, Ffion Davies, Chelsea Leah and more.
Watch the full event – https://www.ufc.tv/category/polaris
Beginning with the legendary RZR XP 1000, Polaris ahs been at the top of the sport performance ladder for the last four years. The XP1K opened up a new era of UTV improvements- an era that included the introduction of the Can-AM Turbo, the first Turbo-inuducted engine to be produced in a stock machine for the UTV market. Polaris wasn’t far behind when they introduced their own turbo-inducted engine in an XP 1000 chassis. Horsepower numbers grew over the Can-Am Maverick 1000 Turbo and since the Marverick still couldn’t keep up with the RZR’s hadling befre the drop of the 2016 XP Turbo, Can-Am set their sights on building an all-new powerhouse performance machine, the X3.
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One of the wildest things I have seen was this new 2017 Polaris Turbo get raced at the Southern Rock Race at Stony Lonesome Offroad Park. This thing took an absolute beating before the front driveshaft broke but that didn’t stop him from giving it hell until it wouldn’t go anymore.