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Thread: M-Roadster, hardtop mean hardtop?

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    M-Roadster, hardtop mean hardtop?

    In the M-Roadster, does having a hardtop installed mean that you can compete in HPDE's as a hardtop car or do you still have to follow convertible restrictions (roll cage, not roll over "system")
    Car54 ...well, now Car52

    Craig Brickner

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    The roadster hardtop does not change the requirements for convertibles.
    The top is not a structural piece of the vehicle.
    Some organizations allow convertibles in HPDE events, if they meet certain requirements; not the National Capital Chapter.

    BMW roadsters and convertibles may be entered in NCC AutoX events.

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    Thanks for your quick response, now I only look at coupes!
    Last edited by Car54; 07-09-2007 at 02:14 PM.
    Car54 ...well, now Car52

    Craig Brickner

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