Radical Challenge Championship

The Radical Challenge Championship was born out of the previous UK series to offer a more diverse racing weekend than ever before.

Large grids and close racing ensured that the Radical Challenge is the most hotly-contested domestic sportscar series.

The Radical Challenge Championship incorporates

Team Challenge

  • Allows two drivers to share one car
  • Open to SR3
  • Ideal for Pro/Am entries or dual-Am pairings

Solo Challenge

  • Open to single drivers in the SR3

Highlights

2018 Championship Standings - FINAL 

The Radical Challenge Championship is a thrilling mix of sprint and endurance races at the UK’s leading circuits

  • Continuing with a two day format in 2019, where the majority of race meetings will be spread over two days. 
  • Each race weekend features a 20 minute qualifying session, one fast-paced 20-minute standing-start sprint race and two 50-minute endurance races, incorporating a mandatory pit-stop for all classes.
  • Visits premier UK circuits including Brands Hatch and Donington Park, as well as two current F1TM circuits, Silverstone and the headline ‘Radical Festival’ overseas round at Spa-Francorchamps
  • Teams can contest one of the challenges within the main championship, with the highest overall scoring driver/team also scooping the 2019 Radical Challenge Championship title
  • Support from Radicals trackside spares and technical support
  • Hospitality at all events
2018 Challenge Championship Drivers
Solo Challenge
Position Name Team Points
1st Dominik Jackson RAW Motorsports 1032
2nd Steve Burgess RAW Motorsports 979
3rd Jerome de Sadeleer 360 Racing 823
Team Challenge
Position Name Team Points
1st Peter Tyler/Tom Gladdis  Nielsen 331
2nd John Caudwell/Stuart Moseley Nielsen 160
3rd  Joe/Adrian Watt Valour 90

For the full championship standings, please download the PDF from the race day information tab.

All this alongside the same great package of promotion and support offered as part of Radical’s racing ladder, in partnership with Motorsport Vision Racing. Selected rounds offer television coverage on Radical TV, Radical’s on-demand web TV service, as well as extensive social media and promotional opportunities elsewhere. Radical’s legendary trackside spares and technical support continues into 2019; why race anywhere else?

 

Contact the team for more information 

Championship Coordinator - Carly Latcham - carly.latcham@radicalsportscars.com

Regional Sales Manager - Dominic Lee - dominic.lee@radicalsportscars.com

Interested? Get in Touch

Race Calendar

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Race Results

calendar 13 Oct 2018

2018 Silverstone - Round 7

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calendar 29 Sep 2018

2018 Rockingham - Round 6

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calendar 11 Aug 2018

2018 Snetterton - Round 5

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calendar 30 Jun 2018

2018 Oulton Park - Round 4

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calendar 9 Jun 2018

2018 Spa-Francorchamps - Round 3

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calendar 19 May 2018

2018 Brands Hatch GP - Round 2

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calendar 21 Apr 2018

2018 Donington - Round 1

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calendar 15 Oct 2017

Snetterton 300 Round 7

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calendar 9 Sep 2017

Brands Hatch GP Round 6

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calendar 26 Aug 2017

Snetterton 300 Round 5

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calendar 24 Jun 2017

Rockingham Round 4

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calendar 17 Jun 2017

Silverstone Round 3

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calendar 28 May 2017

Spa-Francorchamps Round 2

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calendar 22 Apr 2017

Donington Park Round 1

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Championship Information

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2018 Radical Challenge Championship Regulations - Issue ONE

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2018 Radical Challenge Championship Points - FINAL

NEWS

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Australia Cup

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Canada Cup

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Radical Cup Asia

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