The well-known off-road meeting in the heart of Germany goes into the next round!
From October 8 to 10, 2021, off-road enthusiasts from Germany and many neighboring countries will meet with their off-road vehicles Camp Polaris & Friends in Torgau on the Elbe. In the off-road park on the old military site at the Österreicher, around 60 kilometers northeast of Leipzig, drivers step on the gas, celebrate with their families and friends and experience the new Polaris range of model year 2022 live in action.
Entertaining off-road challenges from sporty to fun
The Polaris Festival has already made several guest appearances on the approximately 30 hectare site. It includes an eight-kilometer off-road circuit, a wide SxS route, many small individual trails as well as large and small climbs. Forest paths, sand, rocks and mud provide varied surfaces for the numerous activities that Polaris is preparing for friends of the brand.
In the Trail Challenge, participants can put their skills to the test on a professional course. It is well known that the fastest does not always win … – unlike in the SxS Challenge. Here it is again: full throttle! SxS vehicles and buggies can really let off steam on the very wide autocross track at set times. For safety reasons, the ATV and Quad faction is taking a break for so long. For example, to prepare for the Parcours Challenge set out especially for you. This obstacle course requires a lot of skill, brains and excellent vehicle control.
Of course, the iconic Mud Challenge shouldn’t be missing either. When crossing the two specially prepared mud holes on the site or getting stuck, the mood of the audience boils up. Whether with quad, ATV or SxS: All mud friends will find a lot of fun and a grateful audience here. All designated off-road routes may be used as part of Camp Polaris & Friends. On the children’s quad piste, the youngsters can also experience pure driving fun off-road. The freely accessible washing area offers all participants of the meeting the opportunity to thoroughly clean their vehicles in between.
The entry fee includes a merchandise package with one event shirt per person. The partially covered paddock also includes a snack bar, a shop and continuous medical care. Camping on the site with shower facilities and sanitary facilities is free for participants throughout the weekend.
Photos: Polaris; Maurice van Oosten