The second annual Polaris RZR UTV World Championship saw 212 UTVs, including 24 Youth models, line up at the largest UTV race in the world.
Second place for the Desert Championship Race would be the No. 960 RZR XP Turbo of Ryan Laidlaw would take first in the Pro Turbo class. Kristen Matlock in the No. 1954 RZR XP 1000 would round out the podium for the Desert Championship Race and finish second behind Lambert in the UTV Pro class. Polaris Factory Racer Marc Burnett would finish second in the Pro Turbo Class and Michael Cafro in the No. 1975 RZR XP 1000 would finish third in the UTV Pro Class.
The Magnum Off-Road RZR 170 race would see Julien Beaumer take the race in his first-ever off-road race. In the Magnum Off-Road Production 250 class, Casey Sims would take the checkered flag in his modified RZR 170.
Torey Rush was the odd man out in the desert running amongst the quads in his Polaris ACE 900 SP. Rush would finish second in the Quad Ironman Amateur class running the last lap and a half on a flat tire.