Radical Clubsport chassis number 1 is the first car built by Radical. It has a Kawasaki 1100cc engine. In February 2019 the car was put up for sale by the current owner (Richard Wilyman in Somerset UK). He has owned the car since October 31 2003. When he purchased the car it did not have a chassis number plate so he worked with the Radical factory who confirmed this was chassis number 1 and provided a replacement chassis number plate. The car was silver when Richard got the car and he had it painted red and put an aftermarket rear wing on the car. Richard used the car as a Sprint and hill climb car and competed in the south west speed championship and held many class records on the south west sprint circuits. The car has been stored in a garage for 7 or 8 years. The car is currently available with a complete new body by Arc Angles which has never been fitted to the car. In December 2020 the car was sold to Radical Benelux who plan to restore the car.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 2 was the second "Pre production" Radical built. When Chassis number 2 arrived from Spyder Engineering it was immediately apparent that there was an issue with the chassis. This is how Phil Abbott tells the story. "What actually happened with second chassis , when I arrived to collect it from my former colleagues was , it looked odd ? 1 minute with a tape rule told me it was 2” wider than no1 !! And 1 minute more told me they had assembled the tubes on wrong side of jig stops! 20 minutes later , invoices paid , jig on back of my truck , heading to my own shop ! I will do it myself ! " From that point on all Radical Chassis have been built in house. Chassis number 2 was a yellow car.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 10 is a Yellow car with a Kawasaki ZZR engine. The car was built on June 8th, 1998. In October 2020 the car was located in Denmark and was advertised as "freshly painted in white". Prior to this repaint the car had been blue.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 11 is a red car with a Kawasaki ZZR 1100cc engine. The car has been updated with a full Prosport aero package (rear wing, rear diffuser, front splitter, dive planes). This car was driven by Alastair Smart in the 2015 OSS Championship and won it's class and came in 7th overall. The car was stolen from the parking lot from RLM Racing in the UK but was recovered. The car was repainted green (RLM Racing team color). The car was later sold to Karl Spiteri in Malta without an engine. Karl installed a 1300cc turbocharged engine with 320 HP. He uses the car for hill climb competitions in Malta.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 25 was built on October 28, 1998. It is a red car that was located in Czech Republic in February 2020. At that time the owner said that he purchased the car from a collector in Sweden that did not use the car at all and that he had rarely used the car.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 32 is a red car with yellow splitter and side skirts. It has a Kawasaki ZZR1100 engine. In March 2019 the car was offered for sale in Essex, UK. The owner said in an email that he believes, from memory, that the car is chassis number 32.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 34 is a red car with a blue frame and red suspension. The car was professionally converted to a two seat car by Van Kaiser of Slipstream. The engine is a Kawasaki 1100. The car was built on February 27, 1999. In February 2019 the car was located near London UK and was just sold to a buyer from Estonia.
Believed to be the first Radical imported into the US in 1999. Delivered with a YZF1000 engine. Engine changed to 2008 GSXR 1000. Delivered with a Prosport body. Originally purchased and imported to the US by Vic Moore, who was the very first Radical importer in the US. It was then owned and raced by Pete Frost in Atlanta. Pete sold the car to Matt Graham. It was then sold to SCR Performance in Colorado, and they sold it on to Hans Matts in Santa Rosa California who used the car for track days. In July 2017 the car was sold to Steve Bresee in Petaluma CA. Steve races the car in P2. Originally red and later painted Blue/silver.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 48 was built on March 3, 1999. It has been updated to Prosport Spec and now has a 1300cc Suzuki Hayabusa engine installed. In April 2019 the car was located near High Wycombe in the UK.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 58 (Note the seller believes it is 58 but is not sure) is a white car with blue frame, and red engine inlet. It has a Kawasaki 1100cc engine, 4 bolt wheels, and the owner has added a Prosport rear wing , rear diffuser, and front splitter. In November 2018 the car was located in Plymouth UK.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 64 was owned by Chris Marsh from 2011 through 2013. At that time the car had a Suzuki GSXR based 1000cc engine and had a modified front splitter and a rear wing was added.
Radical Clubsport chassis number 74 is a yellow car that has been painted maroon. The car has a Prosport wing, rear diffuser and a front splitter. In February 2020 the car was located in Florida and had a Suzuki 1000cc GSXR engine built by George Dean Racing engines. This car has won 8 SCCA regional championships and 1 SARRC championship.
Radical Clubsport chassis RCS0086 was owned by Jake Latham at the time. Originally purchased by Randy Kent in Kansas City in early 2000. See sheet for details. In April 2020 the car was for sale on Bring a Trailer. At that time the car had a1300cc Hayabusa and was located in South Haven Michigan
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Radical Clubsport chassis number RMS 0172 is a black car with a Kawasaki 1118cc engine. The car has been upgraded to Prosport Spec in the areas of rear wing, suspension, and brakes. In August 2019 the car was owned by Nigel Skeet in the UK.
Radical Clubsport chassis number RMS0185 is the last Clubsport built and was completed in February 2003. It is a Blue and Orange car with a ZZR1100 Dry sump engine with Flat slide carbs. The car was Located in East Sussex England in Ad from June 2011. Car sold again in April 2013 and went to Germany