Studio 397 have released their second car since taking over development of rFactor 2, introducing the Radical SR3 RSX sportscar! Built with the support and data of the official Radical manufacturer, the SR3 RSX is a purpose build club race car that packs an incredible amount of power into what is a very light weight performance race car. "The SR3 is the next step up from the SR1 offering thrilling, cost-effective, high-performance track driving and racing" say Studio 397 on the car release. "First launched in 2001, it is the most widely produced and most successful prototype style sportscar racer in the world, with over 1,000 sold. This bears testament to its proven track record and stunning value verses performance and is surely the reason why the SR3 has been selected by the Race of Champions for the champions of F1 and other major race series to race, achieving the fastest racing lap at the last 2 Race of Champion Events. New for 2017 the Generation 4 engine offers improved reliability, better drivability and more power. The new car comes in a couple of different configurations, with both fanciers of left and right hand drive variants catered for in the car settings options. As an additional bonus the vehicle comes with 20 unique paint schemes as designed by community members from a recent painting competition hosted by Studio 397. Technical Specs: 0-60 3.1 sec (3.3 Sec 1340cc) TOP SPEED 147 mph (141 mph 1340cc) POWER@FLYWHEEL 225 bhp (195 bhp 1340cc) WEIGHT 620 kg POWER:WEIGHT 363 bhp/tonne (314 bhp/tonne 1340cc) LATERAL FORCE 2.3 g Weighing in at 501MB, the SR3 and its 20 paint schemes is available as a free download from the rFactor 2 Steam Workshop now. rFactor 2 is a PC exclusive racing simulation from Studio 397, available to purchase now on Steam. For more rFactor 2 goodness you really do need to check out our rFactor 2 sub forum here at RaceDepartment. If you want a great place to hang with sim racing fans, catch up on the latest news articles and engage in some pretty special league and club racing events held on a regular basis, then pop over and come make yourself at home! Have you tried out the new Radical yet? What are your impressions of the car? Let us know in the comments section below!