There is a pretty sharp turn in city road near work and it rained a lot in the last day. It wasn't raining this morning, but the road was wet. As I was going through the turn, I added a fair amount of throttle (up to 4-5 rpm) and suddenly the car drifted (back end went to the right on the left turn)... Seems the problem was a wet spot and both rears spinning...ended up almost hitting a metal barrier on the right or the car next to me (2 lane road), but traction control kicked in and I didn't go that far. I never had problems with my other cars with conditions like this. Tires are only 5k miles on them (p zeros) and tread looks fine. It was 60 degrees out. Maybe p zeros are just bad in wet roads?