Polaris India is all set to participate in the 29th Edition of SJOBA (St. John’s Old Boys Association) Sub-Himalayan Open Rally. The three day rally will be flagged off from Chandigarh on May 7 and will conclude on May 9 at Chandigarh itself after covering a distance of around 500 Kms.
SJOBA 2016 Sub-Himalayan Open Rally is a FMSCI (Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India) recognized event and will have two major categories this year viz. the Challenge and the Endurance Trial. The Endurance Trial category is based on the time -speed -distance (TSD) format, whereas the Challenge is the extreme category based solely on speed. Polaris India will participate in the event with its fleet of RZR vehicles, going to be driven by ace rallyists Kabir Waraich, Arvind Balan and Harsh Vardhan Singh.
The three day rally will have two legs and will see the participants traversing into the heart of Himachal Pradesh through exciting and challenging routes that promise to test the participants’ skills and provide an unforgettable experience. There will be new competitive sections for all extreme category participants allowing them to showcase their driving acumen.
Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director, Polaris India says that the it is the company’s endeavor to promote motorsports in India and to advance its position as the leader in Off Road vehicles. The intensive three day rally provides the rally enthusiasts an opportunity to drive at diverse and challenging routes, putting the idea of classical motorsport to test. The “drive tastefully” maxim is thoroughly embodied in this rally where the rallyists wound their way through picturesque Shivalik range of mountains while navigating over some of the most treacherous roads, Himachal Pradesh has to offer.