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Safety in a budget racer, or any race car, is priority number one. That saying, “Safety Third,” is best left to the backyard daredevils. On the track, though, you need a good roll cage. This particular build has to cope with a number of different rule books as the car is being built as a multipurpose racer.

In addition to the rule book, the cage design changes drastically if there will be a passenger as in rally racing. This is a fascinating look at the down and dirty of building a cage. And they sum up the proliferation of amateur welders perfectly: Welding is like photography in the mid 2000s.


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