PR6 0003 is green with black trim. Acquired in May of 2020 from Justin Hughes, who owned it for four years but did not run it. Needs significant refurbishment. Planning to run it in SCCA P2 and NASA SU with a 1300cc Gen 1 engine.
I have purchased this car from the second owner, the first owner was WISKO at VIR. The second owner did not get to drive the car but about 22 miles. I'm going through the car, renumbered it 99m. Not enough spare parts when I bought it. I have purchased new rims, new center looking hub nuts, new tires, changed all the fluids and I'm going to install the spin safe clutch kit, looking at installing an LED lighting upgrade, front and rear. No headlights at this time. I have a lot of down time. I installed a bead seat insert, that is a must with the fiberglass tube driver seat. I have been driving an open wheeled modified for 15 years and now I'm going road racing. Looking for spare engine with low hours just because.
Radical SR3 chassis number 818 is a white car with red and black graphics. It is a left hand drive car with 1500cc engine, paddle shifting, Le Mans mirrors, air jacks, front and rear 280mm floating brakes, Intrax dampers, carbon rear wing, extended telemetry acquisition (including suspension travel and steering angle sensors) dry-break refueling, and hot weather cooling. Purchased from Spring Mountain when it had blue and white graphics, the car is now located in the Pacific Northwest.
Ready to race, the Radical SR8 is listed amongst the fastest cars to lap the Nurburgring. This car has been maintained to the highest standards and has the most reliable V8 that Radical built coming with a 40-hour warranty from Radical. Larger engine variants like the 3.0 liter had a shorter engine lifespan and were known for cracking the main journal bearing caps. I’ve seen it first hand at Spring Mountain Racing. This car won the European Masters Championship and was meticulously maintained by the race-winning team with a beautiful and fast set-up. The motor and car were completely refreshed by Radical mechanics at Radical HQ in Peterborough, England before shipping to the USA. The transmission was recently completely refreshed and has less than 1.5 hours on it. Spare final drive gears come with it allowing you to easily change the gear ratio for your racetrack of choice. This car comes with all sorts of goodies including 3 sets of wheels and tires (one completely fresh), extra sway bars, 4 sets of extra springs, and all the spare parts you will need to maintain it. Everything has been carefully thought through to make you self sufficient at the racetrack. Hot...
RXC Spyder #SPYDER0030 was originally ordered in April 2016, delivered in June 2016. Race primarily in the 2016 Radical European Masters championship. Sold back to Radical and used as a demo car through 2018. Purchased in late 2018 and imported to Canada as the first RXC Spyder in Canada.
Radical SR3 1300 registered in 2004 from factory. At some point used as an 'arrive and drive' trackday car by a hire business - taking it off the road. Car was bought from this company in 2017 and is currently being used as a hillclimb and sprint car in North East Scotland. The engine is believed to be gen 1 1400 hayabusa 1400 (bored to 84mm) done by RLM Racing. Current owner looking to recommission car back to road legal spec - just needing to fix front light loom.
This 2018 RXC 600r was sold by Primal Racing to a member of Atlanta Motorsports Park. Every carbon fiber option was selected for the car and was made street legal in the US. This RXC was part of a large scale project with Gtechniq North America to launch their new product, HALO. A number of detailers from the Southeast came to AMP and spent around 18 hours stripping the car down to bare carbon, applying the design, color correcting, applying Crystal Serum Ultra ceramic coating, and HALO. The car has been tracked very little and all maintenance work is being done and recorded by Racing Analytics at Atlanta Motorsports Park. Easily one of the most gorgeous looking RXC's to be built!
Initially run by Radical CZ in the Czech „European R-Cup 2011“ as a sister car of #443 and 731, which are also in the Registry. Sold in 2013 to the second owner, who updated to floating disc brakes an air jacks. Engine rebuilt at RPE in 2018. Bought by current owner in January 2019. Very low total load time of 16 h and total distance travelled of 2.000 km.
2016 SR1 One of the last gen 1 cars, 2016-Won the Bedford "how fast" non championship Radical SR1 sprint and held the overall lap record for a while. Raced in all rounds of the SR1 cup 2016 and Radical challenge championship, with 1 race in Brscc OSS championship. 2017- Raced 2 rounds of the SR1 cup. 2018- Raced 1 round of the SR1 cup at Cadwell pk and one round of MSVR allcomers at Rockingham. Possibly broke the "SR1 spec" official lap record at Rockingham.
As of 11-25-18 the car logs 5519 miles and has 115:06 on the clock. Transaxle H198 This car has carbon brakes on it. I've noticed that some, but not all, front suspension components have 168 tags. Came with Michelin tires. Full AIM camera setup
We purchased 484 directly from Radical freshly refurbished in 2015. Originally fitted with a 1500 cc engine, it was swapped for the 1340 engine during refurbishment due to the intended purpose as a rental car and received a new fresh bodywork at the same time. It is a nicely specced car with Intrax 3-way dampers, floating 280 mm brake rotors all round and steering position sensor. The paddle shift is a closed loop system so it has it's own control unit. I don't know if this is because paddle shift may have been fitted later or if the early RS's where all like this.
We purchased 376 in 2014 from a private seller in the UK. One of the latest "pre RS" models, it was (according to a Radical source) one of the first 5 cars to receive the Life Racing ECU. The ECU is still mounted on the bulkhead at the front of the engine with the Diagnostics cable running to the left and coming out near the left side shoulder of the twin seat. In it's early years it was owned and ran by RAW Motorsport's Rob Wheldon who fitted some interesting upgrades to it (coolant swirl pot among others). It was also fitted with a bespoke STACK 8916i dash which it still has though I don't know if this was a factory fitting or if it was fitted later in the car's life. After being with Rob W. it moved on and was raced by Alex Sims in the UK and subsequently sold to private owners. While with the previous owners it received most "RS" upgrades including floating 280 mm front brakes and the full "high downforce" bodywork. When we purchased 376 in 2014 it was fitted with the manual sequential gear lever. Shortly thereafter we had RAW Motorsport fit a...
Radical SR-3 Chassie 111 This car was purchased in 2009 from US Racing School. It was a stored school car with 50 hours on meter (runs when power is one). This car was then prepared to be Competitive in SCCA-CSR class by Jeff Shafer with Radical Ventures Racing and Factory 48 motors, by James Barwell. Updates performed from 2009-2010 New Updated Uprights Reinforced Strengthened Frame Updated High Downforce Bodywork Dual Front Carbon Fiber Conards Full Width Carbon Fiber Rear Wing Wilwood 4 Piston Calipers GearTronics Closed loop paddle shift system, No lift shift, auto blip, neutral find button, auto up shift mode if needed, limp mode, Push Green button for 1st gear compressor and tank is in side pod. AIM MXL Dash System. Oversize Radiator with Fan Diff Pump/Cooler Oil Cooler 2015 Updates: INTRAX shocks Spec Radical 4 Piston Calipers. Raced by Steve Nicklin 2009 SCCA Season to Feb 2011: 32 podiums, 3 National Wins stickers, 3 Regional Win stickers. 2009, 3rd place So Cal National points. 2010, 3rd place So Cal National points. 2009 SCCA Runoffs at Road America Qualified 12th with lap of 2:21.114 Finished 10th with lap of 2:22.638 highest placing Radical...
Bought late 2017, only used for track days, would like to know of its earlier race history. i was told it was used for endurance racing. Believe car to be a 2004 car but do not have any documentation for that. Not for sale, unless I decide to upgrade to an SR8