Radical SR1 Revealed, Priced At £29,850 + VAT

Radical has unveiled a new entry-level SR1 model, that is ideal for trackdays and club motorsport, including circuit racing, hillclimbs and sprints.

The SR1 is developed by the same team that created Radical’s SR9 LMP2 racecar. Powered by 210bhp 1.3-litre RPE-Suzuki four-cylinder petrol engine it does 0-60mph in just 3.6sec, 50-100mph in 6.1sec and has a top speed of 138mph. Power is sent to rear tyres via a six-speed sequential gearbox equipped with a Quaife ATB limited-slip differential.

“Over the last decade, the SR range has introduced and inspired a new generation of racing and track driving enthusiasts, and the SR1 extends that engineering development out to a wider audience,” said Radical co-founder Phil Abbott. “The SR1 is brilliant fun to drive and the performance is readily accessible for drivers of all abilities and ages. We’re all really excited about the SR1 and I’m certain that it will be a huge success. You only have to take a brief test drive to discover just how good the car is!”

The Radical SR1 can be yours for £29,850+VAT and you can be sure that nothing beats it when it comes to the performance-for-pound ratio.

Full details in the press release below.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)


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