I doubt that this is a good idea
I had the same same question on my wife's 2018 mustang. It turns out that in order to jack one side up, you need to install an aftermarket tubular bar running from front to rear jacking points on each side. I would think the same would apply here. I doubt that such a bar is available, as very few of us are autocrossing or racing this thing (and that's a shame).
If you opt for a 22mm rear sway bar, jacking up the front wheel will also raise the rear wheel off of the ground, which is handy for the seasonal tire changing. This doesn't affect ride quality much for front seat occupants, but I recently discovered that it is noticeable for rear seat passengers. It's a must-have for autocrossing, as it keeps the inside front tire planted when accelerating out of tight turns.