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Posted by: LouSchultz on Saturday, January 08, 2005 - 03:24 PM
Miscellaneous For Immediate Release
What is a Radical Day excuse me Tackday ? To answer that question a half dozen other people and I attended the November 23rd Radical Trackday at Summit Point Race Track, WVA. Hosted by the FunKtion Auto Group, Great Falls Va., we blasted around the famed road course first as a passenger and then as driver. The two beautifully prepared Radical SR3’s didn’t miss a beat all day. You might be asking yourself about now ; can I handle a 200 HP racecar? Well the most overheard expression from those who stepped from behind the wheel was, “It’s a hoot and so easy to drive”. My Formula 500 has about 86HP. I had no problems with the Radical’s power. Drivers with no racing experience quickly adapted to the easy to drive Radicals. After a thorough “car introduction” by Walid Achi, FunKtion Auto Group founder, the group was treated to a low key, no stress experience of putting the pair SR3’s to the test. If you are into racing, or enjoy a high speed driving experience, or would like to treat your better-half to something a little more exciting then dinner and movie, then call FunKtion (703 981-6685) for their 2005 Trackday schedule…Yeaaaa Baby.
Jim Schultz
Philadelphia Region

For more information regarding this News Release. Please contact Jim Schultz at 215 244-1945 or speedyschultz @aol.com. Thank you. Jim Schultz

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