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rollbar

(ˈrəʊlˌbɑː)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a bar that reinforces the frame of a car, esp one used for racing, rallying, etc, to protect the driver if the car should turn over
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The single-part rollbar also facilitated incorporation of a large through-loading space between the luggage compartment and the passenger compartment.
27 February 2019 - California, US-based Rollbar, a real-time error monitoring Software as a Service provider, has acquired Hungary based software technology provider Samebug to deepen domain expertise in grouping and integrate proprietary Samebug technology into its error monitoring solution, the company said.
Global Anti-Roll bar Market Player: Few players in the global anti-roll bar market include Eibach Group, TSL Turton Limited, Gartrac Limited, Racing Springs, Brooks Forgings Limited, Anti Rollbar suppliers, Tinsley Bridge Group, Performance Car Parts Ltd., Farinia Group, Brooks Forgings Ltd., Sawalka Tools & Machines Pvt.
Making our way through to the pit lane, there was the BMW M4 Coupe waiting for me - a beast of a machine which has 425bhp from its monstrous straight six twin-turbo engine, with the back seats removed for the full rollbar to take their place.
In 1962, the ASAE Rollbar Symposium was held at the Winter meeting, and by 1966, John Deere offered ROPS on all new tractors, but they could be deducted.
The Dagor can host up to nine soldiers, two in the front, three in the rear, the one in the centre in elevated position to act as gunner, and four in the rear cargo bed, rucksacks being attached to the rollbar. This while coping with stringent dimensions due to air transportability requirements that forced the designers to stay within the 1,880 mm width and 1,840 height limits, (length being 4,520 mm) for H-47 Chinook or H-53 Sea Stallion transportability (two in the first and one in the second), while kerb weight allows sling UH-60 transportation.
The main part of the motor home is supported by a rollbar over the driver's seat; metal rods extend down to the framework that holds the floor.
Massa's world was turned upside down at Hockenheim on Sunday as the Brazilian ended up sliding on the rollbar of his Williams for a few seconds in the wake of the shunt with rookie Magnussen.
As for Williams' Felipe Massa, who had started third on the grid, for the second successive event his race ended on lap one when a collision with Magnussen flipped his car over onto the rollbar.
STUTTGART, Germany, PRNewswire--Safety legislation for automobiles forced Porsche to design a Porsche 911 with a rollbar before it was allowed to introduce its open canopy version of the 911 Cabriolet in the United States market, in the sixties.
In Singapore we had the gearbox failure, at Suzuka a rear rollbar malfunction, before qualifying and in the race, and in Korea a rear rollbar failure.