The British manufacturer specialized in making competition vehicles, Radical, has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the SR1, which is the most accessible model in its range.
According to Radical, the new SR1 racer is destined for motorsport competitions and its performance is ensured by the fact that the team who helped its development has also made the Radical SR-9, a race car for the LMP2 class. Radical is saying that the SR1 is the model with the highest performance in its class and the racer is meeting the FIA standards with its safety features.
The Radical SR1 is powered by a Suzuki borrowed straight four-cylinder engine, which is developing a total output of 210 horsepower, mated to a six-speed sequential transmission. The braking system of the racer is highlighted by the ventilated brake discs, 240 mm in diameter, “covered” by the four-piston brake calipers. Customers are being offered with both competition tires, as well as street legal ones, both of them for the summer.
Radical says that the SR1 is also coming with a Quaife ATM limited slip differential amongst all the other features mentioned above and the race car, with all taxes, can be bought for just over 50,000 euros on the Old Continent. The Radical SR1 doesn’t have a street legal competitor because the race car is aimed towards customers who want to race on the track and not only.