I've just been out and its apparent that some people have way to much confidence in there cars, and way to little respect for other road users. This is always 4x4 drivers but I have just followed some idiot in an Allroad for a few miles. Rather than follow the tracks made by other traffic he thought it was great fun to drive up the middle of the road throwing snow over the tracks us mere 2wd mortals need. Not only that, but he insisted on slowing right down until I caught him up and then accelerating up to the rear of the car he was following. Now I dont know whether he was doing this because he thought it was fun or whether he was showing off seeing a lesser Audi in his mirror. But he pulled this stunt 4 times, probably scaring the person in front. The 5th attempt didn't go as well though and as he accelerated and started going down hill the person in front braked. Silly I know but some people dont have much of a clue how to drive in snow. Anyway, they slid a little and then continued down the hill without the brakes. The clever Allroad driver also braked, and hard due to the fact the idiot was accelerating, and he swerved or slid towards the kerb which he duly hit. By the time I caught up with him he was getting out, probably to inspect his alloys. I expressed my lack of sympathy in an appropriate manner as I drove by which he didn't seem to happy about. But he had himself to blame and no-one else. We all know some people cant drive in the snow and the sensible among us compensate for that be being cautious Now I'm all for enjoying your car and what it can do, and I'm totally jealous of those with a quattro right now. But there is a time and place for it. I'm not expecting him to be a member of ASN and I'm sure he'd keep quiet if he were anyway. But he found out today that Quattro isn't a cure for stupidity.