SimRacer and YouTube star “SuperGT” Steve Alvarez Brown to make Radical racing debut at Donington

SimRacer and YouTube star “SuperGT” Steve Alvarez Brown to make Radical racing debut at Donington

Karter, gamer and YouTuber Brown will make his Radical racing debut in the penultimate round of the SR1 Cup in September at Donington Park GP

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Known for his successful YouTube channel ‘SuperGT’, Steve Alvarez Brown is jumping up to real race cars for the final round of Radical’s SR1 Cup, 17th-18th September 2022.

His gaming videos of Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport have allowed him to grow a YouTube community of over 750,000 subscribers and a fanbase of over 90,000 on Instagram. He is also a member of Team Quadrant – an esports team formed by F1 driver Lando Norris.

In between creating content for the online YouTube and Twitch communities, Steve has also been karting since the age of 11, and has raced in a number of different karting championships.

Speaking of his upcoming race, Steve said ‘I’m very excited to have the opportunity to race in the Radical SR1 Championship – any chance to race in a real car on a real track is an exciting proposition.

Donington is a track I’ve not been to before, and the Radical a car I’ve not yet driven so I’m sure there will be some learning to do. I’ll be aiming to give it my absolute best shot whilst enjoying the experience as much as possible.’

Steve will race alongside over 30 other Radical’s at the Donington GP circuit, including Valour Racing’s Daryl DeLeon Taylor who is currently leading the SR1 Cup championship. While being Radical’s “entry level race car”, the SR1 is a full-on purpose-built race car generating lap times faster than GT4 cars costing three times as much.  The Radical SR1 Cup is the complete “motorsport starter kit” making it the UK’s most compelling entry point into circuit racing.

Radical’s UK Motorsport Manager, Nicole Van der Walt said, ‘we’re excited to learn that Steve is joining our grid for the penultimate race of the season. He’s obviously very talented in the sim racing and virtual world, so it’ll be interesting to see how he performs on track.’

Round six of the SR1 Cup will be livestreamed from Donington on Radical Motorsport’s YouTube channel, and updates can be seen across both Radical Motorsport and Brown’s personal social channels.



Radical Motorsport has enjoyed unprecedented growth as it heads into its 25th year, building and selling more cars in 2021 than at any other time in its history. The Radical SR3 XX and SR10 benefit from a suite of updates for 2022, and after its first full year of production, the Radical SR10 has become the fastest-selling car in Radical’s history, with over 100 examples already sold. A 33-strong global dealer network spanning 21 countries underpins this growth, and there are now 14 factory-supported Radical racing championships across four different continents, including the Radical Challenge UK and the Radical Cup North America.

Radical Motorsport is one of the world’s most prolific sportscar manufacturers, with over 2,800 cars produced in the past 25 years. From its 1997 inception, Radical set out to create a customer-lead niche in the world of motorsport, a race-bred thrill-a-minute driving experience on the racetrack and road.

A combination of lightweight construction, superbike derived technology and aerodynamic downforce delivers models faster than a super car, totally driver-focussed and rewarding to drive. Entering its third decade, the Radical stable includes the SR1, the most successful prototype-style sports racing car in the world – the SR3 XX, the record-breaking 405bhp SR8, road-specification Rapture, the RXC Spyder, RXC 600R, RXC GT3. The turbocharged SR10 was launched early 2021 and headlines Radical’s SR product range with over 425bhp and 380lb-ft of torque for blistering performance. All models from the renowned racing car manufacturer are solely designed, engineered and built at Radical’s Cambridgeshire headquarters, by 70 of the company’s 130-strong staff.

Radical was the first manufacturer to bring long-format, double-header endurance racing to club level motorsport competition while providing comprehensive spares and technical support. The marque’s official single-make championships offer the ultimate driving experience and progressive racing ladder for prototype-style sportscar racing for drivers of all abilities, while Radical’s ‘Race the World’ mission offers an end-to-end racing, training and support network across the globe.



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