Radical Performance Engines have scooped their first-ever MSA British Hillclimb Championship title, with Trevor Willis' OMS breaking a 14-year domination of the series by rival chassis constructor Gould.
At Loton Park in Shropshire this weekend, Willis scored a first and a second place during rounds 33 and 34 of this year's championship, lifting him fourteen points clear of last year's champ Scott Moran.
Willis uses the 3.2-lite RPC variant of Radical Performance Engine's RP-V8 engine range. Supremely powerful and lightweight, the RPC's superior tractability in difficult weather conditions - such as the torrential rain at several rounds this year - has made it an ideal partnership with the OMS hillclimb chassis.
The RPC engine develops 500BHP and is the ideal, cost-effective high-power racing powerplant for a wide range of applications, not only hillclimbs and sprinting but also autograss, circuit racing and even marine applications. A detailed specification sheet can be downloaded here
RPE congratulates Trevor on his title and looks forward to helping him retain it.