Winter is here, the snow is flying, and playful oversteer is great fun in an empty parking lot. Unfortunately I am having trouble finding playful oversteer from my Mazda 3 and want to try and pinpoint why. Yes FWD, understeer ect ect, but one of my previous cars an Acura RSX, never had issues finding some playful oversteer in the snow. Im running the most aggressive studded tires Ive ever run before so that's one side of it. My tire pressures are set to OEM spec 36psi approximately, haven't actually checked yet since this dump of snow. I have an upgraded rear swaybar set to the highest stiffness as well. Ive tried a few times but the back end is very very firmly planted, not exactly a bad thing, but Im hoping to find a little bit of rotation. I usually can find it with simply throttle lift oversteer or turn in and tap the brakes to loosen the back end, but alas my Mazda doesn't want to rotate on the snow. Should I try the softer setting on my rear swaybar? I would have thought the stiffer setting would encourage more oversteer but I am coming up short. Is there interference from G-Vectoring perhaps? Traction and stability are off, I never use them, and I never had issues finding rotation on gravel so Im curious why its not working with snow. Im puzzled.