Radical Prosport chassis number 65 is a black car with a 1340cc RLM built carbureted engine. The car has a carbon bi-plane wing, air jacks, and Dry-break refueling. It July 2020 the car had 6 hours on the engine and was located in the U.K.
Radical Prosport chassis number 79 is a dark blue car with yellow splitter, dive planes and side skirts. It has a 1300cc engine, a Dyna 2000 Digital Performance ignition, Keihin carburetors, and a Canton Pressurized oil system. The car is advertised as a Clubsport but has a Prosport rear wing and splitter. This car was originally in Dubai and in January 2018 the car was located in South Africa.
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
Radical Prosport chassis number 88 is a yellow car with red splitter, dive planes and side skirts. It has a 1300cc engine, a Dyna 2000 Digital Performance ignition, Keihin carburetors, and a Canton Pressurized oil system. The car is advertised as a Clubsport but has a Prosport rear wing and splitter. This car was originally in Dubai and in January 2018 the car was located in South Africa.
Blue car with yellow splitter and side skirts and dive planes. Has a large yellow R on tail. Kawasaki ZX1100 engine, headlights, parking brake. horn a, Air jacks, quick fueling system, air jacks, and center lock wheels. Listed as a Clubsport 1000. This car is road legal in Florida. Located in Punta Gorda, FL
Red car with yellow splitter. Located in Houston TX. Kawasaki 1000 engine. First owner was Ron Tonkin (Ferrari Dealer in Portland Oregon), Second owner was Gary Seale (who bought the car to resale at Lamborghini of Houston, third owner was Simon Bazbaz
Radical Prosport chassis number RMS 00108 is a Blue car with yellow dive planes. It has a Kawasaki ZX10 1000 cc engine and air jacks. Originally sold in Portland and raced in SCCA for 1-2 years. The second owner purchased the car in late in 2004 and brought to California and Arizona where it was raced in 2005. The third owner was Jeff WIlson from Wadsworth IL. The fourth owner lived in Southern California and kept the car in a large car collection where it was unused from September 2011 through December 2018. It has a Kawasaki ZX10 1000 cc engine and air jacks. The Radical Factory confirmed that the car was ordered in October 2000 and would likely have started build that month.
Radical Prosport chassis number RMS0114 has an aftermarket light weight composite body and a supercharged 1340cc engine. The car has a large carbon wing, custom dive planes, Intrax triple adjustable dampers, and 280mm floating rotors in the front and back. In February 2019 the car was owned by Kurt Camilleri and is being used for hill climb competitions in Malta.
White car with Green accents. Kawasaki 1000. First owner was Ron Tonkin (Car was raced by Tonkin's son), Second owner Gary Seale (never raced), third owner Don Podgurny (never raced), fourth owner Simon Bazbaz (never raced). Car is located in Houston
Originally purchased by Michael Czysz in Portland OR on 1/2001. Color was grey and red. Ran 2001 in DSR with a Kawasaki 1000. Ran 2002 in CSR with "Czyszuki" 1440. Won NW region. Fastest Radical at Laguna Seca in 2002. Second Owner Michael Clauss of Tahoe City, CA 12/156/04. Color was grey and red and blue and yellow. Ran 2005 in DSR with GSX-R1000 engine. Won San Fran region. Third owner Paul Leonard of Monument CO 1/25/08. Color might be black and red. Will run DSR and Track day events with same GSX-R1000
Radical Prosport chassis number RMS 0157 is a Blue car with headlights. Carbureted 1400cc, paddle shift. Wet sump , air jacks high downforce package. Pictures taken at Spring Mountain (8/2014). Sold on Bring a Trailer on 4/4/2018 for $24,000. The Car was located in Pottstown Pennsylvania. RMS0157 went up for auction again on Bring A Trailer.com on 9/27/2018 (but didn't sell). Currently 110 hours since overhaul. Headlights have been removed. Only used once in last three years. The car was located in Northridge CA. In November 2018 George Brodish updated the Radical Registry showing that the car is now in East Rutherford NJ
Prosport serial number 176 is a tan car with orange graphics. It is a right hand drive car with a 1596cc engine and carbon bi-plane wing. The car won the Maltese Overall Hill Climb Championship in 2014 /15 /16, and Class Championship 2014/15/16/17. The car is located in Malta
Radical Prosport chassis number RMS 0180 is an orange car with a Suzuki 1400cc dry sump engine built by Sam Nelson racing. In May 2015 the car was located in East Longmeadow Massachusetts and was listed for sale on eBay. The ad said that the car was previously owned by Alan Wilzig.
1300cc Radical Prosport. White car with Red and black graphics. This is one of the last Prosports built by the factory (RMS 202) it was one of a batch that were shipped to Sweden where it did a couple of races and was then on display in a motorsport bar. It then went to Malta where it was rebuilt and did one test. It has PR6 front and rear diffusers and undertrays, PR6 crash box, SR4 reversing diff, Carbon light covers and aero screen, High downforce twin element rear wing, Engine has 6 hours use on it. Car is now listed with a 1400cc engine. Car is currently in Aberdeen UK.
Prosport chassis number 209 is a black right hand drive car with a 1300cc engine. It has paddle shifting, Air jacks, Single adjustable dampers, a 54L aluminum fuel tank, brake pressure logging, and an aluminum wing. In December 2018 the car had 196 chassis hours. The car is located in Sweden.
Radical Sportscar Registry
Radical Prosport chassis number 219 was the last regular production Prosport Built. It was built in February 2006.
Radical Prosport chassis number 220 was the last Prosport Built. It was a special "one off" car built for an Italian Hill climb racer and was built in October 2009.