Casey Currie Makes The Jump To Polaris Racing

Casey Currie Makes The Jump To Polaris Racing

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 Casey Currie Makes The Jump To Polaris Racing

Casey Currie Joins The Polaris RZR Factory Racing Team 

For years the name "Casey Currie" brought to mind a couple of things: phenomenal racing driver and Can-Am. Casey has an impressive racing pedigree including wines at the Dakar Rally, Baja 1000, Baja 500, X-Games, and Mint 400. Simply put Casey Currie is a force to be reckoned with on the off-road race course. Polaris RZR Factory Racing team will now be home for Casey Currie moving forward in addition to being a brand ambassador for Polaris RZR. Casey will be climbing into his RZR Pro XP Ultimate for the 2021 racing season starting with the King Of The Hammers race in Johnson Valley.

“The impact Polaris has made and continues to make in the off-road community with the wide range of off-road vehicles they offer, is something I’ve wanted to be a part of for a long time. As I’ve recognized how Polaris continues to lead with innovation and next level performance on the RZR platform, along with their vision as a brand, it was clear to me that I wanted to be a part of the team. I couldn’t be prouder and more thrilled to be joining,” said Casey Currie. “I’m ecstatic to make my debut behind the wheel of my new RZR Pro XP at the 2021 King of the Hammers, and equally excited by the seemingly endless possibilities with a partner like Polaris.”

Casey will also play a part in the development of future Polaris vehicles with the input and experience from the race course. Racing is one of the ways vehicle makers innovate and test their vehicles.

“It’s an honor to welcome Casey Currie to the Polaris team. He’s just as influential outside of a RZR as he is behind the wheel and that brings us incredible excitement as we start this next chapter. He and the entire Currie family are phenomenal advocates for the off-road community,” said Steven Menneto, president of Off Road, Polaris. “As a global ambassador of the Polaris brand, Casey will no doubt play an integral role in the continued development of our portfolio of products along with our Factory racing efforts.”

No doubt we will be seeing a Currie RZR Pro XP Ultimate on the podiums at several off-road races in the coming years.


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