Radical SR9 chassis number 3 was as originally delivered to Bruichladdich (pronounced Bruk-La-Dee) Radical but the car was crashed at the Pembrey circuit in early track testing by the team and damaged the lower front suspension pick up points. The car was never raced.  The car was later sold to Libra Racing in Austin TX as a bare chassis with no engine or transmission.  The car was modified to use the LMP1 nose that was designed for chassis number 6 to compete in the LMP1. In 2022 the car was located in Texas U.S.A. and has been modified by Dawson Racing to be used as a hydrogen a test vehicle.