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Hello. I am a hpde3 driver, had a 2012 v6 mustang. I knew that wasn't the direction I wanted to stay headed and now have a 2000 Miata. I wont have it ready for Hpde by early april but wondered if getting it on track with Hperdrive would be doable without aftermarket roll bar? It would be summer before I would get around to having the car completely hpde ready. I hope I can do hyperdrive and get my motivation going for summertime. Anybody know if the car would be allowed to do that.

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convertible? I have a hard top but The way I take it that doesn't matter, atleast for hpde. Just thought hyperdrive may be different.

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^ there is an additional list of "convertibles that are ok for HPDE with factory rollover protection" as per our sanctioning & insurance, it is kept by the national office & regional directors. No version of MX-5/Miata has ever been on it, and Hyperdrive = HPDE1 as far as I know. The tracks we enjoy may also have additional rules, and instructors always have the right to refuse if they aren't comfortable...

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the add on hardtops for Miatas don't provide enough rollover protection, it still needs the added rollbar.

 

Rent a sporty-ish car from ____ and do a Hyperdrive if you want

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