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roll cage

[′rōl ‚kāj]
(design engineering)
A frame of metal bars that is installed in a racing car around the driver's seat to protect the driver in the event of an accident.
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And at Teesside Magistrates' Court, Sainsbury's and the Wincanton Group - the company which operates the distribution centre in Sherburn, near Selby, where the roll cage was packed - both pleaded guilty to willfully doing an act likely to endanger the health and safety of employees.
Schoeller Allibert says the new investment will also help meet increasing demand for plastic roll cage bases, which are much quieter in operation than traditional metal ones.
The new investment will also help Schoeller Allibert meet increasing demand for plastic roll cage bases, which are much quieter in operation than traditional metal ones.
Extra safety comes from the Racing safety modifications including an FIA approved roll cage and racing 'bag' petrol tank along with weight saving measures are made to the standard road car to convert it into a class winning race car.
The shocks are adjustable as is the steering while a limited-slip-differential, a roll cage and an aero package are optional.
1-inch LED screen, solid state drive storage and the second generation top cover roll cage, which Lenovo first introduced in the ThinkPad X300 laptop.
1-inch WXGA backlit display, and also includes options such as Lenovo's signature carbon- and glass-fiber roll cage for reinforced durability, and up to a nine-cell battery, enabling up to 13 hours of power.
Built in the USA, this UTV can "shift on the fly," has a flip-flop seat, onboard digital charger, and roll cage.
An entrepreneur has emerged as the brains behind a niche start-up company making safety roll cage kits for rally cars in an area dubbed "Motor Sport Valley".
The RFID tag is little more than an electronic license plate that identifies a specific roll cage.
Work continues apace at the Buckingham race shop with the build of the first XKR chassis nearing roll cage completion and as Dave said: "The basic all aluminium chassis is already immensely rigid so we're confident that with the addition of the roll cage it will be amongst the best in class.