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Radical SR3

Car type Open-wheeler
Curb weight 495 kg (1091 lbs)
Power / weight 414 ps (408 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 341 Nm (252 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2002
Origin country United Kingdom
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Submitted by anonymous

Performance

Radical SR3 acceleration graph
0 - 100 kph 3.1 s
0 - 200 kph 18.7 s
Est. 1/8 mile 7.4 s @ 96.3 mph
Est. 1/4 mile 11.7 s @ 109.4 mph
Est. 1/2 mile 19.5 s @ 127.4 mph

More acceleration times

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Mal-2-2  5 years ago  

Has the SR3 Sl been added yet. It recently went 1:15.9 on Bedford.


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Sashablonde  6 years ago  

What do these things manage MPG on the road when driven within the law? anyone know?


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fasterthanyou  7 years ago  

Dear MR Anonymous
Are you jealous?
If not,get a life.


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Ajax  7 years ago  

It's a track day kart, very much like the old Mallocks I used to see race. A couple of those were put through MOT's to get into some hillclimb/sprints and would be as quick if not better than some of these.


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Anonymous  8 years ago  

Ummmm no it aint, its a red box with wheels, and i dont know how you people can count these as actual real cars. arent they only road legal in 1 or 2 countrys??


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Anonymous2  8 years ago  

4 wheels, engine, steering wheel, tax disk, MOT - Yes it is ;)


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Anonymous  8 years ago  

this aint no damned car.


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Anonymous2  8 years ago  

The SR3's a two seater, the car shown in the main pic is a prosport.


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Anonymous  8 years ago  

I do not think any one seat cars should be on this site as they are all race cars!!!


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yanster  8 years ago  

i always think of mcdonalds when i see pictures of that red and yellow one. it would be great if there were a picture of ronald waving to a bunch of kids from one with a real big smile.


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Chriss44  8 years ago  

That anglesey time was set by the 252 bhp SR3 1500


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Anonymous  8 years ago  

This is the furthest thing from a production car i have ever seen and should never be compared to anything. It looks and has an engine like a frgin go cart. Why is this on the list, chart, or anything.


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Anonymous  9 years ago  

Change the Top Gear track tester to "The Stig"