Jagged X Unleashes
New RANGER RZR S
Minneapolis, Minn., (5/12/2009) – After two
full, successful "Best in The Desert" racing
seasons, the Jagged X crew decided to build
a whole new race car to defend their two-time
Jagged X has been working day and night to
debut the new ride at the Blue Water Grand
Prix, in Parker Arizona, this past weekend. This
racer is based on the outstanding RANGER RZR S
platform and has tons of new innovations. Hours
of planning and design went into the perfect mix
of performance, safety and Jagged X styling to
create this new one-of-a-kind desert racer.
Vendors who contributed to Jagged X’s racing
effort to make this new car possible include
Polaris Industries, S & S Off Road Performance,
CR Designs, OMF Performance, MTA, Simpson,
Vision X Off road lighting, Tire balls, Full
bore innovations, Affordable Powder coat, ATL
fuel cells, Trophy Engineering and Robby Gordon
Jagged X’s next race in the new RANGER RZR S
will be BITD’s Vegas to Reno, August 19-23.
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designs, engineers, manufactures and markets
off-road vehicles (ORVs), including all-terrain
vehicles (ATVs) and the Polaris RANGER™,
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representing the first all-new American-made
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