300 Teams Entered For 2020 UTV World Championship
Nearly 300 race teams and thousands of fans are headed to Lake Havasu, Arizona, for the 2020 UTV World Championship presented by Polaris RZR. Racers from around the world will go door to door on a new, 30-mile, ultra-technical off-road race course from October 7-11.
The outdoor event will follow the required COVID safety protocols, including touchless features and sanitization stations. Masks are also recommended.
Special features include the Rigid Industries Poker Run navigated by onX Offroad, AZ West UTV Festival and qualifying, as well as two full days of short course, youth, and desert racing.
“This is the best of the best racers from desert, short course, and youth UTV racing all at one event. We are thrilled at the racer turnout,” UTV World Championship CEO Matt Martelli said. “The UTV World Championship continues to lead off-road racing into the future despite the challenges of COVID... It’s going to be another step forward for UTV racing! Come check out all the latest UTV’s and UTV aftermarket products.”
UTV World Championship CEO Matt Martelli, racer and media personality Jim Beaver, media personality Tiffany Stone, and racer and musician B.C. Vaught will host a two-day live stream, which begins Friday at 11 a.m. PST and ends Saturday at 9 p.m. PST.
For more information, visit utvworldchampionship.com.