IOG Saltex to thrill with new 4x4 off-road course

IOG Saltex is to host an off-road 4x4 course for the first time in a bid to attract thrill-seeking visitors.

The course will be staged by all terrain vehicle manufacturer Polaris, whose staff will marshal the event.

It is to be constructed adjacent to the Windsor showground’s North entrance.

Organisers hope it will not only enable visitors to test their driving skills but also experience at first hand a number of Polaris 4x4s, including the new all-electric Ranger EV, the world’s first 4 x 4 electric utility vehicle.

Polaris Country Manager Phil Everett said: Our decision to sponsor this major feature at IOG Saltex – and to significantly increase our stand size - is part of this year’s focused investment in the UK market.

With such a wide-ranging and influential audience, we never had second thoughts about effectively doubling the size of our presence at this year’s IOG SALTEX compared to last year, and we are confident that visitors will be impressed with the Polaris products they will see – and drive - at the show.

Saltex takes place at Windsor Racecourse on 7-9 September.

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