Currie hadn’t planned to race a stock rig, but shipping delays meant parts didn’t make it to the start in time, Jalopnik reports. Against the other machines, Currie’s Polaris was stuck with a lowly 181 hp, while the class leaders’ rigs made between 230 and 250. Worse, he was on stock suspension. As capable as the Polaris RZR Pro XP is out of the box, it’s no rally racing monster. And yet, Currie was able to look after the RZR and drive in a way such that he, his co-driver, and their unmodified Polaris finished eighth of 90 competitors in the UTV class.