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The roll cages of racing cars are a key part of the safety of racing vehicles. They are designed to protect the driver from serious injury and damage in the event of an accident. Roll bars provide rigidity and structural support to the car body, reduce the effects of collision forces and prevent the roof and sides from collapsing.

The design of roll cages is based on strict standards and regulations. For example, the regulations set by the FIA ​​(Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) define the dimensions, materials and installation requirements of safety bars. The FIA ​​has different regulations for different racing series and classes, such as Formula 1, rally, track driving and endurance racing. These regulations ensure that roll bars meet exacting technical standards and provide maximum protection for the driver.

Roll bars are usually made of high-quality steel or alloy steel, which provides excellent strength and durability. Roll bars are usually tubular structures that are precisely shaped and welded to the car body. The arch can have different shapes and configurations depending on the race series and car type. the installation of roll cages is a very important part of their effective operation. The roll cage must be firmly attached to the car frame so that they can withstand hard collisions and impacts. Many factors must be taken into account in the installation, such as the location of the safety bars, the driver’s seat, roof and pillar structures, and seat belts.

We are the official importer of Custom Cages roll cages. Custom Cages has designed, developed and manufactured roll cages for use by Motorsport series teams, e.g. in series WRC, R1-R5 classes, Super 2000, FIA GT3, WTCC, BTCC, historic and many other motorsport applications. We deliver and install Custom Cages roll cages.

We only make modifications to roll cages that we install ourselves.