yesterday i was driving my dads 99 zr 700, through all the snow we got saturday, and while i was blazing a trail i could start to smell something. i little farther up it made a clunk, so i immediatly turned it off. i opened the hood and could smell the belt, which was very,very hot. i let it cool off a bit then started it up, and when the clutch engaged, the belt just sank into the secondary clutch and didn`t even turn the track (it stayed down there, and made a loud noise the whole time i was on the throttle). i again let it cool down,took the belt off and towed it home. i was running in a foot + of snow, so it was spinning a lot, is this what caused the clutch to heat more than normal, or is there a problem somewhere? should i toss that belt since it got so hot, it started to smell some awful. what should i clean the clutches with, since there was i little burnt rubber.