2013 Caterham Roadsport 125

Updated: Dec 15, 2020


At a glance:


Series 3 Chassis

2000 Miles

Exocet Red

Registered in 2013



1.6L Ford Sigma Engine 125bhp

5 Speed Ford Type-9 Gearbox

Open Differential



Adjustable Platform Suspension

Bilstein Dampers

De-Dion Rear Axle

Adjustable Rear Anti-Roll Bar

13" Anthracite Superlight Alloys

Avon CR322 Tyres

Uprated Brake Master Cylinder


Safety: Roadsport "Doube D" Roll Cage 6 Point Drivers Harness 4 Point Passengers Harness Master Battery Isolator Switch FIA Brake Light Plumbed In Fire Extinguisher ---------- Interior: Adjustable Tillett Seats Lowered Floors Momo Quick Release Steering Wheel Push Button Start ---------- Weather Equipment: Windscreen Tonneau Cover Side Screens ---------- This is an ideal Caterham for anyone looking to find a pure driving experience and learn true car control.

There are no cars built anywhere in the world which can match a Caterham for pure, unbridled, raw driving pleasure. If buying a track car is your aim, no petrol head, car boffin or racer will be able to argue the case against the Seven being the ultimate road and track worthy driving machine.

This Roadsport started life as one of Caterham's Academy cars which means, although it's mechanically identical to all Roadsports, it has been fitted with all the extras which make a Caterham perfect on the track. Complete with harness, full roll cage and a plumbed in fire extinguisher, this Super Seven is Super Safe and could be competing in Motorsport events in no time if desired. However as it is now, it is perfectly suited for trackdays and has the same supple, yet very capable suspension which makes Caterhams such good Sunday road cars.

Being road registered, this Roadsport can be driven to and from any circuit to hone your driving skills, as well as making for an excellent excuse to visit the coast or the not so local pub when the sun shines. (For a glass of Coke of course)

As far as this particular example goes, the only owner this car has ever had competed in the Caterham Academy in 2013. After just that one season of sprinting and racing, the owner moved abroad and left this car in dry storage here in the UK in anticipation of a return at some point in the future. Sadly for him, this has not come to pass and now it is time for this barely run-in Roadsport to be enjoyed by a new owner.

Freshly serviced and MOT'd, this Roadsport 125 is totally sorted, drives beautifully and is absolutely ready for a new owner to love and enjoy.

For any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.

Part exchange: Considered

Contact Details:

Tel: 07887 514548

Email: c-mcdougall@mail.com

Areas of note:

As an ex-Academy car, there are few imperfections which would want tidying up should you wish to convert this car fully back to a road going Seven. However, if trackdaying or racing is your intention, these will be of little to no consiquence to you.

NSF Headlanp lense cracked with small dent on the leading edge of the bowl

The alloys all have minor marks

Some minor gravel rash is present on both sides

The OSF cycle wing had drill holes in it where it was once lashed to the wingstay

Scuff mark on NSF cyclewing

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