There are a multitude of reasons to watch this video, not least of which is the car featured in it. It's a Radical RXC, a street-legal racer we last saw in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Powered by a 380-horsepower, 3.7-liter Ford V6 (which sounds nothing like it does in the Mustang), the Radical is about as extreme as a car can get while still being drivable on public roads.

The other reason to watch this video is the location - Goodwood, home of the Earl of March and the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The legendary driveway, that is transformed into a hill climb stage for the world's fastest cars each year, plays host to the RXC. The Radical road car make short work of the course, all while emitting a racy V6 engine note (that engine noise is the third reason to watch this). As for the time it ran? You'll just need to watch the video and find out. Scroll down to watch the full video.


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