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How Radical's latest machines fare on track

The lightweight sportscar manufacturer has not rewritten the rulebook with its latest machines, but the new SR3 XX and SR10 still provide a step forward on its previous successful models

The coronavirus pandemic has meant everyone jumping through hoops just to go about their daily lives, and of course it's no different in motorsport. Many felt the pinch last year as events became fewer and harder to do, and competitors struggled for budget. The tremors were felt across the industry, from organisers to manufacturers and suppliers too. We all hope for much better in 2021.

Nevertheless, Radical launched two new cars amid the pandemic - well, one brand-new one and one upgraded one - and Autosport is among the first group of people outside of Radical's inhouse team to be offered a chance to try the new kit out on track. We've been invited to a 'COVID-secure' test day at Bedford Autodrome to see for ourselves what Radical has been up to since the UK first went into coronavirus meltdown back in March 2020.

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