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The Current Radical Model Range:

SR4

SR4

Radical's "Introductory Car": The styling of the SR4 was inspired by the Le Mans-winning Bentley, whilst its chassis and handling characteristics were very much rooted in Radical’s original and still iconic Clubsport 1100. This compact racer, a genuine if tight two seater, is ideal for drivers (including a couple of sharing mates) who want maximum fun at an affordable price. Originally powered by a 1200cc Powertec Kawasaki and now powered as standard by a fuel injected 1299/1340cc Powertec Suzuki motor, the SR4 is a hugely popular and thoroughly enjoyable track day and sports racing car.

PR6

PR6

Radical's "Devil's Child": Radical’s PR6 Prosport is a hugely fast, supremely nimble, high-performance sports racer with styling reflecting its Clubsport/Prosport 1300 roots. The now fully centralised seating position chassis is Radical’s lightest and most nimble to-date. The latest model's aerodynamics are up-to-the-minute, with big amounts of downforce being generated by the SR9 Le Mans Prototype-inspired underbody diffusers. A fully FIA tested frontal crash box and MSA approved safety cell gives drivers the confidence to explore the limits of the PR6’s very predictable handling. With engine power options ranging from 210bhp to 280bhp, drivers can specify the extremes of excitement they wish to subject themselves to; let's just say that the now standard base 1340cc Powertec Suzuki will be quite quick enough for the mere mortals amongst us.

SR3

SR3

The SR3 is Radical’s most popular sports car, with over 500 sold since it's launch in 2002. Never a company to rest on its laurels, Radical has recently undertaken a major re-vamp of the SR3 to produce the RS Version, which includes a comprehensive re-style, major safety upgrades and more powerful Powertec engines. Based on Radical’s SR9 Le Mans Prototype aero package, the SR3’s new high nose bodywork increases downforce, reduces drag and improves cooling for hot climates.

Driver and passenger safety is always one of Radical’s primary concerns and the SR3 RS two-seater chassis incorporates a new safety cell and crash structures which fully comply with all FIA Production Sportscar Safety Tests. Couple these changes with a new high-tech dashboard, sophisticated engine management system, improved paddle shift option and low-friction dampers — the SR3 just keeps getting better. Most agree that the SR3 (and it's SR5 & SR8 family members) has the most effective aerodynamics in Radical's Model Range, with the added benefit of room for two large adults.

SR5

SR5

Combine the many benefits of the new SR3 RS chassis with what many regard as the World’s best volume produced hi tech four cylinder car engine and the result is the latest version of the SR5. The Powertec prepared Honda Vtec engine is available in three states of tune, from 245bhp up to 295bhp. The relatively torquey engine drives through a Hewland six-speed sequential transaxle which can be operated by a seamless paddle shift system with auto-blipper. With room for two large adults, FIA levels of safety and extremely refined handling, the SR5 Endurosport makes for a very popular long distance racer and equally effective track day car.

SR8

SR8

The Radical SR8 is quite simply the world’s fastest production sportscar, holding the lap record by a large margin around one of the World’s longest, most arduous and most formidable tracks — the Nürburgring Nordschleife. Performance is provided by the unique Powertec RP range of engines which includes superbike technology in the cylinder heads and Formula 1 technology engine internals. Since the Nürburgring lap record was first achieved in 2005 (and obliterated even further in 2009) the SR8 has undergone continual development. Radical have improved the aerodynamics, safety and serviceability of the SR8 while Powertec engineering have developed the engine from its original 360bhp to the current 380bhp for the 2.6 litre SR8 Supersport and 460bhp for the 2.8 litre SR8LM. Those requiring the fastest full large two-seater track day car money can buy need look no further unless they feel a compelling need to spend a further £500,000 plus for perhaps a teeny bit more.

Previous Models

Clubsport

Clubsport

A year after Phil Abbott had first outlined his idea to build a lightweight sportscar powered a lightweight motorcycle engine, after convincing Mick Hyde that he had not totally lost the plot, in the Spring of 1996, Radical produced their very first car, the now iconic Radical 1100 Clubsport. In the spring of 1998, nine Clubsports took the grid at Silverstone’s National Circuit for the first ever Radical Clubsport race. Mick took his first pole-to-flag win, Phil finished a very close second and future key investor Tim Greaves followed them home. Radical had arrived in style and The Clubsport / Totally Radical Legend had begun; straightforward but strong engineering, modest power offset by light weight and if you could drive, it could and would deliver. And all these years on, when a lot of cars have felt the need to have twice the horsepower they had ten years ago, it still delivers; fast and pure and an absolute delight to pilot.

Prosport

Prosport

1999 saw the launch of the Prosport 1300 with it's then all new 'stuff of legends' Suzuki Hayabusa engine, originally on carbs, later on fuel injection. Basically a Clubsport with more of everything, just what those who could handle it had asked for, especially those into endurance type racing; more power and as importantly, more grip, the start of a continual and always ongoing programme of ever increasing aerodynamic sophistication that today rises to impressive levels of sophistication in models like the SR3 RS and it's compatriot models. Even today, a well looked after Prosport is an extraordinarily talented and extremely rapid piece of kit. It would take something very special indeed to better it as the single-seater of choice and that did not happen until the Devil's Child arrived nearly seven years later in 2006, it's direct bloodline successor, the formidable PR6.



To discuss which Radical is best suited to your intended use or for any other information about Radical Ownership, please contact the Radical Owners Club

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