Want to hear from the group. I have 2000 M Roadster that has been to a BMW Dealer for 4 wheel alignment, but they said everything was too loose in the front to align, with out repair. Not true, I had checked all the hard ware and bushings, and everything was fine. They said that the rear wheels could not be aligned, but my drivers rear is eating the inside of the tire with only 8000 miles on it. It does appear to have more negative camber on the left rear than on the right. The front end seems to have major negative camber, and follows all groves in the road. Very Twitchy! I recently did a HPDE with the Porsche Club, have added a passenger roll bar from HardDog, and the Porsche Club will let you run. It drove great at VIR, with slight understeer and some push. Another Euro Performance shop charged me to do a 4 Wheel Alignment, but it drives exactly the same, and is wearing the insides of both fronts, and the inside left rear. Just want to know what everyone else thinks. Also, I blew the head gasket passing a Porsche 911 on the back straight the last day. The engine only had 8000 miles on it. Seems the previous builder either used the head bolts over, or did not torque properly? I was turning it 7000 rpm on every shift. The head gasket looked like it was burned between every cylinder, but blew between 5 and 6. Anyone else had this problem. They sure are great driving little cars, and quick.