The best endurance sportscar racing at the best international circuits
The Radical European Masters is Radical's premier international championship, offering the closest experience and performance to LMP racing but for a fraction of the price, and the 2016 season offers an unrivalled package of current GP venues and thrilling, modern circuits in a calendar that runs from April to November.
The RXC Spyder – the largest and most advanced open racer that Radical has ever produced – headlines the Masters Class for the ultimate sportscar racing experience, whilst the recently-revealed SR3 RSX raises the performance envelope even higher in the Supersports Class. All European Masters events in 2016 will feature three races, up to a longer duration of 60 minutes each for unbeatable track time, alongside an increased minimum of two 60-minute practice sessions and a 25-minute qualifying session.
The FIA-recognised championship runs within the heavily promoted GT Sport package, ensuring high levels of service and organisation and racing in front of large crowds. The 2016 season will culminate in a stellar finale at Circuit de Jerez in Spain with a spectacular end-of-season Awards Dinner in the city of Jerez de la Frontera, in conjunction with GT Open.
The Radical European Masters features TV coverage at selected rounds and high-quality complimentary hospitality for all competitors. Drivers can elect to drive solo or with a partner, with a mandatory pitstop in the middle of the race for a driver change. A success equalisation system by variable pit stop length ensures even closer racing amongst the Masters Class (for SR8s and the RXC Spyder) and Supersports Class (for the SR3 RS and SR3 RSX) teams. Single drivers over 50 years of age (or driver pairings with a combined age of 100 years or more) are also eligible for the Fangio Trophy.