Large Radical Turnout for NSW Supersports This Weekend

A large grid of thirteen Radical SR3’s will line up this Saturday for Round 3 of the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Radicals are engineered and constructed in the United Kingdom, the SR3 version powered by a heavily re-engineered Suzuki motorcycle engine up to 1500cc’s.

Although many may consider this a small engine, the entire Radical SR3 package has resulted in a current lap record at Sydney Motorsport Park of 1.28.2263, which is more than 1.5 seconds faster than Jamie Whincup’s V8 Supercar lap record!
New South Wales Supersports is divided into two classes, Class 1 for Radical SR3’s, and Class 2 for the Group 2C and Group 6SR cars.

The pointscore system in each class is equal, with no outright points.
Under this format, a Class 1 Radical SR3 racer, Justin Tigani, is now leading the outright New South Wales Supersports pointscore after winning all six of Class 1 races over the first two rounds.
Justin is being closely chased in the pointscore by fellow Radical SR3 racers Jonathon Canavan and Terrence Knowles in his Ausnet Radical.

This weekend in Round 3 of the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park, Justin, Jonathon, and Terrence, will also have Sue Hughes (GWR), GT3 racer Sergio Pires, reigning New South Wales Supersports Champion Mark Brame, Steve Shiels, Warwick Churche, Chris Perini (GWR), Paul Royal, Bill Medland, Alex Gardner, and for the first time in a Supersports, well known V8 Supercar/GT/TCM/Excel racer, Melinda Price, will also join in.

All of these thirteen Radical SR3 drivers will be racing around the 1.30 mark across Round 3 this weekend.
Radical SR3’s are engineered to be predictable, reliable, durable, and fast, as evidenced by hundreds of Radical SR3’s having been constructed, and with them racing in many countries around the world.

This is why they have been the backbone of New South Wales Supersports racing for many years.
Qualifying for Round 3 of the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Superports Championship commences at 9am on Saturday, with three races spread out across the remainder of Saturday.

Action can be followed on Natsoft Live, with highlights of the racing appearing on Blendline soon after.

For more information on 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Championship, the fastest State-based racing series in Australia, contact Darren Barlow on 0439044128, visit Facebook Supersports Racing New South Wales Australia, or visit

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