Hardcore Brit sports car manufacturer refreshes its line-up
19 December 2008

Sports car manufacturer Radical has revised its model line-up, with changes to five of its cars.

The Radical SR4 Clubsport will get a 150bhp Powertec engine, while the PR6 Prosport gets a new livery and uprated Powertec unit.

The 460bhp Radical SR8 Supersport also gets a stiffer chassis set-up to improve handling. Radical claims this will allow the V8-engined track car to beat its own Nurburgring lap record of 6 minutes 55 seconds.

Radical has also tweaked the chassis of the SR3 Supersport and Honda VTEC–powered Radical SR5 Endurosport, and provided the SR3 with a new raised-nose aero package to increase downforce.

George Barrow

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