Here in NJ today they said we would get a coating of snow. Figured I could make it to my college class in the Shelby. Got halfway there when it was starting to stick to the road and turned around couldn't even make it up small hills or drive in a straight line on a flat surface, max I could do was 12 mph with my hazards on and people were still beeping at me which I just couldn't understand. I do not think people actually understand how hard it is to drive these types of cars in the snow. I would spin the tires just letting off the clutch with no gas. Got about 10 minutes from the house there had to have been 2-3 inches on the ground by then and a car stopped in front of me on a hill. I think you know where this is going... I was stuck in the middle of busy road. Called the non-emgerncy dispatch told me all their officers were out on other calls like that and they would get to me when they could. About 45 minutes later 2 squad cars roll up block traffic both ways and push me into the abandoned gas station I was right next to when I got stuck. I'm no expert at driving yet, I've had my license since I was 17 and I am now 22, so I'm just curious if anyone else drove in the snow with the 350, on the Michelin tires that is. At this point in time I feel extremely foolish, as this time last year I had just bought a 2017 Ford Raptor because I figured the hellcat I had at the time would be terrible in the snow so I traded it in for the raptor, and the raptor blew though everything no problem I never worried at all.Spring rolled around and I wanted a sports car again since winter was over so I traded in my raptor for a new 350, I thought stick would be better in the snow if it snowed but after today I'm not sure anymore. I feel terrible right now as I had to leave my car at an abandoned gas station and get an uber home. I know its my fault for going out when they said it was going to snow, but a coating I can handle and its not a coating , nor could I afford to miss the midterm that was scheduled for today since my prof did not cancel class. But a quick email that pretty much explained that race car is life and it doesn't do snow well and I'm off the hook and don't have to go.