Originally Posted by KAT_Ayanami
First. Get a pressure washer and wash the undercarriage (hopefully, with the car on jack stands).
Second, if you want more traction, get snow tires. I have a spare set of 16" snow tires that would work great for rallycross and this winter.
PM if you want to talk about price.
Also, invest on a skid plate and mud flaps whenever you have a chance if you want to keep playing in the dirt.
Thanks for the tips. I actually have a set of rims and winter tires that I used for the event. They were great until the mud. Maybe they just weren't fresh enough?
I have mud flaps as well. But they are pretty stiff and I kept scraping them on the rougher parts and I think it broke some clips on my rear bumper. I might trim them down or something before next time. I will also look into getting a skid plate for the front and one for the rear diff as well.