Everything is thoroughly checked for fitment, fit, and finish.
The chassis is primarily TIG welded, but certain joinings get the MIG treatment.
SimCraft uses a modular approach so that it is easy and cost-effective to upgrade from one level to the next level of chassis. You can start with fewer degrees of motion freedom and then purchase additional components to add more motion later.
These components are put together based on the customer’s order in a just-in-time manufacturing process, more or less.
Let’s just say that the one on the left is going to a very notable name in circle track racing, and the one on the right is going to a professional road racer in America that you probably also would know and see in advertisements in racing magazines. SimCraft has a lot of professional motorsport clientele, but they also have quite a lot of folks who are high-end club racers looking to maximize seat time at a fixed cost.
Or crazy people like me who will save all their pennies to buy cool gadgets.