TrackDays.co.uk is proud to offer a variety of exhilarating high-speed passenger rides in its portfolio but few would be as exciting as one in a Radical SR3.
Unsurprisingly, this is one of the fastest track cars in our fleet and everything about it has been built for speed.
Fewer cars are quicker out of the starting block and would be hard-pressed to match the Radical’s 0-60 mph performance of just 3.1 seconds being propelled by the immensely powerful Suzuki Hayabusa motorbike engine.
While its jaw-dropping acceleration is one thing, the Radical also makes the impossible possible when it comes to corner speed and braking. In fact, forget what you thought you knew as the Radical defies all motoring norms!
So as much as we’d love to give you the keys, this time it’s the professional who has the skills and expertise to push the Radical to its limit.
However, you can enjoy the ride of your life while sitting just inches from the ground as the Radical conquers all before it.
Feel g-forces like never before as straights whizz by in the blink of an eye and high-speed corners pass like a blur.
So that everyone has the chance to experience this unforgettable lightweight race car, TrackDays.co.uk has six circuits where it is available for a high-speed passenger ride.
For those in the north then Elvington in North Yorkshire and Three Sisters in Wigan both play host to the SR3 while moving east and this time the Radical can be booked at Blyton Park in Lincolnshire.
Petrolheads in the south needn’t miss out on the fun either as Dunsfold Park in Surrey is where you’ll find the Radical, while in the south-west of England its at Castle Coombe in Wiltshire.
Meanwhile, people in the Midlands can make tracks to Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire to enjoy some fast and frenetic track action inside a Radical.
Booking a high-speed Radical SR3 high-speed passenger ride is easy to do. You can either book directly onto an available date or buy a 10-month open voucher for total flexibility.
Next, all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the ride. Extreme is not the word!