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Looking at the information on the FAST site makes it seem that I would be classed in M2 but it seems to me that I was in M1 in the past...but it's been a couple of years since I last ran.

Would my supercharged 99 with full aftermarket ECU and non-OEM springs, etc. be M2 or M1? is there any other criteria other than what I listed that would need to be considered?

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SCCA changed the base classing of the Miatas a few years ago. That's why you're not in M1 any more.

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Thanks!

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Does this mean we will see you at an event soon?

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