Roll Cage: a specially constructed frame built in (or sometimes around) the cab of a vehicle to protect its occupants from being injured in an accident, particularly in the event of a roll-over. Roll cages are used in nearly all purpose-built race cars, and in most cars modified for racing. There are many different roll cage designs depending on the application. They also help to stiffen the chassis, which is desirable in racing applications.
Cage This: a full service welding shop located just north of Boston specializing in designing, fabricating, constructing, and installing roll cages built to the specifics of any of a variety of sanctioning bodies’ rules, including the FIA, the SCAA, Rally America, Formula Drift, NASA, and NHRA. Examples of our work can be seen throughout the site, and details on various organizations’ requirements can be found on our Regulations page.