There are so many good cage design ideas here it's hard to know where to start.
I'm certainly going to copy that upper windshield bar so close that it touches the drivers head. It's important that the head firmly contact the cross bar before the belts have a chance to tighten up. Also during heavy braking, the driver can rest his neck, important for those long enduro races.
Note how close the knees are to the ironically names "knee bar". Again, important to have solid contact before the belts begin to tighten.
Now note the creative bends in the main hoop, sure, some sanctioning bodies may not approve of such creative design, but they are simply behind the times and don't understand how important looks are inside a race car.
Maybe this guy is looking for a co-driver for some upcoming event. Where do I sign up?
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