Middle East Cup

The Radical Middle East Cup has proved to be the most successful racing series in the Middle East, with each event attracting upwards of 25 drivers of mixed cultures and nationalities.

As part of AUH’s commitment to the Radical brand, AUH organises and promotes the single make racing series for Radical sports cars.

The Radical Middle East Cup has proved to be the most successful racing series in the Middle East, with grids now grown to a respectable 15 cars. With 2 drivers able to share a car in the mini endurance races, each event attracts upwards of 25 drivers of mixed cultures and nationalities.

The race series visits three of the best race circuits in the region, Yas Marina, Dubai Autodrome and Losail Circuit in Qatar. Each round features 4 hours of general testing, two 15 minute qualifying sessions and two 45 minute races with a compulsory pit stop.

With up to 6 hours track time per race weekend, the Radical Middle East Cup offers the best value racing proposition in the region.

Race Calendar

All Radical Championships

SR1 Cup Championship

The Radical SR1 Cup is the UK’s fastest and most exciting novice racing championship which makes racing prototype style sportscars more accessible than ever before.

Challenge Championship

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

European Masters

The Radical European Masters is Radical’s premier international championship.

North American Masters

The North American Masters is the USA’s fastest spec sportscar series, with a Can-Am calendar featuring classic circuits and close racing.

Middle East Cup

The Radical Middle East Cup has proved to be the most successful racing series in the Middle East, each event attracting upwards of 25 drivers of mixed cultures and nationalities.

Australian Cup

Radical Australia have revealed another strong calendar for the popular one-make prototype style open-cockpit sportscar category for 2017, with a variety of races and formats from which drivers can ‘cherry-pick’ to suit their desired level of competition.

Canada Cup

Radical Canada supports the single make Radical Canada Cup.

Scandinavia Cup

Radical Sweden supports single make Radical Series open to all Radical models.