I've been warned by TM (after asking for a tech inspection) that racing may void our warranty. I know they're essentially just "covering their a**es" here. I did look it up in the warranty "manual" where it says damage caused by the following will (reasonably, in my opinion) not be covered: This doesn't actually say it "voids" the warranty, which sounds a lot scarier (a bit like my employment contracts which say disciplinary action can be "up to and including termination"). Anyway... It seems like a lot of people take their Roadsters to autocross events, but I guess everyone drives "sensibly"? It's not like you can lie to TM about how fast you were driving or how much juice you had left. Can anyone give any feedback on this? Any precedents? Anyone ever been told they voided their warranty, or ever damaged a Roadster this way? Is the below a reasonable checklist of how to use the Roadster for performance driving (note: small "p") in a way that doesn't even slightly hurt the car, just on principle, aside from warranty mumbo-jumbo?: Drive in standard mode Leave Traction Control on Don't deplete the battery Stop driving if the power limiter kicks in This is about taking a road track driving course at Raceway Park. I am not intending to race per se, even if the other cars on the road track think it's a race (and I think the road track rules are pretty conservative). I just want to try some performance driving without the risk of getting a ticket, and I like the idea of asking an expert driving instructor to teach me how to do it safely. Thanks in advance.