So we all have heard that after about 30 minutes of track time the RDU may shut down and the car becomes a front drive, till it cools off. My question is can driving on slick surfaces, i.e. Snow, ice covered roads also stress out the RDU and cause it to shut down? Sometimes I have to drive more than 30 minutes in the snow and all that slipping and sliding had me thinking that this may be an issue? Or does the fact that it's cool outside, to have snow, as opposed to hot when tracking the RDU will be OK, or is it JUST TRACK SPECIFIC TRACK ABUSE THAT WILL CAUSE THE SHUT- down?