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Radical SR9 Registry Now on Line

To help celebrate the 100th running of the 20 hours of Le Mans the SR9 Registry is now on Line. 

Congratulations to the team at Radical who were able to go from announcing their intention to build a car to compete at Le Mans, to having the fist car on the racetrack in 12 months.

Radical SR9s competed in the Le Mans 24 your race five times with the best finishes being 5th and 6th in class.

Here is a link to the SR9 Registry.

"Ask the Radical Factory" Feature Series

The Radical Sportscar Registry is pleased to present a new addition the “Ask” feature series called “Ask the Radical Factory”.  The Radical Factory has agreed to give the Radical community direct access to the expertise at the factory to answer your question.

First Radical Historian

To mark our 25th birthday today, Radical Sportscars has appointed well-known Radical identity Charley Hoyt of the Radical Sportscar Registry as the first ever official Radical Historian.

Pictured here with his SR3, Charley is a well-known figure in the global Radical community, and has spent years of his time tracking chassis numbers of Radical cars and helping owners globally to get the most from their cars.

“One of my favourite parts of Radical ownership is all of the friends I meet at the track, and to be able to foster that off the track and to expand it to a worldwide community is incredible. I’m regularly communicating with Radical owners on every continent (except Antarctica!) and look forward to helping tell the Radical story in its 25th year.”

"Ask Phil" Feature Series

The Radical Sportscar Registry is pleased to present a feature series called “Ask Phil”.  Phil Abbott co-founded Radical Sportscars in 1997 and was instrumental in the design and production of the Radical model range.  Phil has a tremendous passion about Race cars and the Racing community and he has agreed to share his 40+ years of experience with the Radical community to answer questions about Radical History and Pre-2017 Products.

Additionally, readers have the opportunity to submit questions to “Ask Phil”

Registry Spotlight

This section highlights some of the special cars found in the Registry

Nurbrgring Lap record 6:48- SR8LM chassis number SR800073

Radical SR8LM chassis number 73 is the car that broke the Nürburgring Nordschleife track record with a time of 6 minutes 48 seconds driven by Michael Vergers. Remarkably, the record lap was done on the same set of tires that were used to drive the car from factory in England to the track in Germany. After the record lap, Phil Abbott (co-funder of Radical) said “Hey Michael , we have only used one set of tyres total, for shake down, testing, driving over from England on the road, and then doing a 6:48 ? Lap – we have another fresh set – Michael grabbed my arm and looked straight in my eyes and said , Phil – this car is not going faster today! ”  The car is powered by a 460hp 2.8L V8 engine.

Take a look at this link to the Radical Registry to see more information about this unique car. 


First Radical - Clubsport chassis number 0001

The first Radical built and sold to the public is a Clubsport and is identified as chassis number 0001.  According to Phil Abbott (Co-Founder of Radical) chassis number 1 has a unique construction compared to other Clubsports.  Chassis number 1 was built buy a Spyder Engineering, who had built many chassis for early Lotus cars.  The initial chassis design used 3″ deep by 1″ wide sections on the lower rails and “top hat” folded sections on the floor to attach the skins.  This design was, to use Phil’s words “an awful idea”, then after a mishap in the fabrication of Chassis number 2, all of the following Radical chassis have been built by Radical.  The Radical built chassis use an improved design that uses 1″ by 1″ sections.  

Take a look at this link to the Radical Registry to see more information about this unique car. 

Clubsport chassis 0001

World Rally Champion Colin McRea's unique SR3-LM

Colin McRae’s personal SR3-LM was recently added to the Radical Sportscar Registry.  There are two major things that make this car unique.  First, it was owned by the great World Rally Champion Collin McRae who purchased the car directly from the Radical Factory.  The second thing that makes this car unique is that it is one of the very rare street registered SR3-LMs and he used the car regularly on the streets near his home in Spain.

Take a look at this link to the Radical Registry to see more information about this unique car. 

Colin McRae SR3

Unique Lightweight Carbon-Composite SR3

Chassis Number 644 is fully optioned 2011 SR3 with the rare “Lightweight Carbon-composite Body.  This car was originally purchased in the UK and competed in the 2011 European Open series by Darcy Smith, with a Carbon and Green livery.  In 2012 the car was purchased by the second owner from the Radical Factory in the UK and the car was Shipped to the United States sporting it’s new Carbon and Red Livery.  In late 2012 the car was sold to professional driver Nelson Canache (Daytona 24 hour, American Le Mans, etc) who changed the livery to  Carbon, Red, yellow and blue .
Take a look at this link to the Radical Registry to see more information about this unique car.



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