“So, my Nelson and Nelson Racing
Products Polaris RZR really has a large
number of innovative parts and a different look to it. John Nelson, who has
really been a part of every type of racing, from on-road to off-road, brought
up the idea of building a car and told
us he wanted to go all out on it. We
basically gave him full rein down at his
shop in Hemet, and he definitely went
all out. In collaboration with my dad,
he was able to build what I know is the
fastest RZR out there!
“First off, I can’t thank Polaris RZR
enough. Without Polaris I would not be
racing, so I want to give a huge thank
you to Team RZR and all the awesome
people we get to work with and who
help to give us the best of the best. It
all begins with the awesome platform
they provide us, and I can’t thank them
enough for letting us be a part of the
RAGE IN THE CAGE
“To start, we wanted to change up
the cage. We were really going for the
lightweight factor on this car, so why
have a cage for a co-driver when you
don’t need one? We moved the seat
over about 8 inches, and that made me
Looking modified, the custom cage cuts weight and lowers the center of gravity. The gull-wing A-arms use 4130 chromoly steel, 300M spindle pins, and oversized
Uniballs to mimic Trophy Truck durability. The A-arms, bumper and sway bar are $2240.
Mitch Guthrie Jr.’s WORCS RZR XP1K is a rolling showroom for Nelson and Nelson Racing Products. The
car stays flat in corners without pushing, with NNRP adjustable front A-arms and a front sway bar/bumper.
TireBalls keep the Bighorns on the Walker Evans Racing wheels.