The Radical SR1 Cup is now the well-established and ever-popular entry route into Radical competition.
It has produced thrilling races and rave reviews from its drivers, taking advantage of the detailed on-track tuition and support offered by Radical Sportscars throughout the season. Places are already filling fast on the 2016 grid.
The very cost-effective package includes Radical's entry-level sportscar the SR1 (fully built and ready to go), a Radical race suit, and a comprehensive training and race programme. This begins with the race licence procedure (for those who need it) and culminates with eight races at some of the best circuits in the UK – and all for the incredible price of just £37,500+VAT. You can't go faster or have more fun for less!
The package begins with an ARDS test at any MotorSport Vision circuit, including a medical before the drivers take their cars to the first of two exclusive Radical trackdays. There will be instructors on hand to guide the drivers, timing will be possible and there will even be the opportunity for them to try practice starts with the full countdown procedure and start lights. The teaching methods of the trackdays are tailored around the wishes of each competitor – our instructors can observe from the side-lines, sit as passenger to guide or drive to show the best lines and approach. With these trackdays under their belts and the adrenaline rush from driving these thrilling race cars still fresh, it will be time for the drivers to get ready for their first competitive event – the SR1 championship action begins!
Each race event takes place at the same meeting as the Radical Sprint Championship, ensuring that there will be support, expert advice and a spares truck at each event, and the qualifying session and two races take place on the same day to keep travel expenses to a minimum. The races are held in conjunction with MotorSport Vision Racing, organised to a high degree of professionalism and take place at four of the UK's finest race circuits – Brands Hatch, Oulton Park, Cadwell Park and Snetterton in 2016.