I used to exclusively run Michelin but in recent years their mileage claims don't even come close (for me) and the prices are more than I want to follow.
I tried General's G-MAX AS-05's but only got 15k miles, they are not higher priced, do very well in the rain & wet but flat spotted over night even in the summer which got old after a while, and would no longer balance well.
I do run a supercharger but avoid tire spin. I like decent tires and will experiment with budget rubber like the Generals mentioned above but am not into burn outs, lots of 0-60 or 1/8-1/4 mile trials until they have been warranty adjusted and the replacements are on order.
When I play I'm already moving and will chirp-em through a couple gears sometimes but avoid buying tires more often than I have to.
I have a couple buds that swear by the DWS-06 Conti's but do admit they are not very mpg and wear distance friendly, but they love and stick with them none the less.
The generals were purchased @Discout Tire and KUDOS shout out to them on the worry free warranty pro-rating into the PureContact LS set.
They balanced smooth as glass, are super quiet, ride very comfortably, and the Eco+ mpg improvement over the Generals is noticed at the pumps. Rolling resistance is better than the Generals at least.
I round trip daily drive 60 miles a day, 20 city, 40 Highway and am getting another day between fill ups. I don't know the mpg improvement number but don't drive for it either. I drive a little spirited so every day is a different mpg.
If you want sticky launching or track twisties tires these are not it. The do OK for me, they are a "Performance Touring" tire.
They handle the wet very well.
@4k miles that have 9/32 remaining. Seeing the 70k mile warranty did make me
I run BR9 brakes and will test them often and these tires do very well enough for a somewhat spirited driver.
These tires are no joke or slouch for those of us who don't drive like teenagers launching at every light and stop sign or type-a driving through the all turns. I have no complaints pushing these on interstate clover leaf bends.