exactly, especially a strong rear wheeled car, had a supercharged thunderbird back in the day, so powerful when I took it out in the snow the slightest tap of the gas would spin the rear wheels sending me into a fish tail.
I didn't even try to drive it in the winter. Bought a Subaru Legacy GT that does much better in the snow. Highly recommend Subaru to anyone. Winter tires + Subaru AWD = Genius (not invincible). Kind of wish I had bought a wagon for the extra space though.