Originally owned and campaigned by Pete Fowler, this 2001 Radical Prosport was the first Radical in the US to win an SCCA regional and national race in D-sports with a Kawasaki engine. In 2003 Fowler, a very meticulous guy, replaced the Kawasaki with a Suzuki Hayabusa engine. He then won the 2004 and 2005 NASA Western Endurance Racing Championship in its class with the stock EFI Hayabusa. It was then completely gone through and set up for sprint racing in the Radical Cup West where he consistently ran 1.19’s and 1.20’s at Willow Springs [WSIR] and 1.38’s and 1.40’s at Auto Club Speedway [ACS]. At the time of the “gothru, the brakes, suspension, uprights, axles, bushings, etc., were all upgraded or replaced. In 2008, Pete moved up to a Stohr and sold it to the second owner (70 year old guy) who ran it twice a year with VARA and SVRA vintage clubs, and an occasional track day at ACS. For the most part of his seven years the car was covered and on stands in his garage. The original Hayabusa, was replaced with a 2006 Gen 1 in 2015. This engine had 1200 miles on it when bought, it was sealed up and stored until the install.  Well known car, has never been crashed or bent. It’s in very good condition with the slight expected racing patina. Some spares, tools and equipment. With new SR3’s, SR1’s even used cost significantly more at the price this car will go for it is a lot of bang for your buck. Moreover, the ProSport is the smallest, lightest, least complicated and easiest to maintain of all the Radicals. I have owned the car for about 1 year and have only run HPDE events.   The car has been fast and reliable for me.


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Location: San Diego, California, United States