If you’re looking into drag radials... the Mickey Thompson ET Street SS is the steel belted treaded version for street driving and with the intention of racing at the track. That one actually has tread compared to the other track oriented flavors like the ET street R or Radial Pro’s that you can drive on the street.
If you want something like that with a lot of tread depth, look at the Nitto NT-05R. Deep tread compared to MT’s. Longer street life, still an R compound tire you can heat up at the track. I have these on my gto. Not the best for a stick car though.
You could also look at the non R version, NT-05 for longer tread life but with less traction, or the older tire that still does pretty well... NT555R. I’ve got a customer we did a coyote swapped fox body with a vmp blower and he drives to the track, runs 10.2 @ 134 and drives home with NT555R’s. They have more of a “street” type tread. His size is 275/50/15.
If you want to keep it street tire only and looking for a deal... the Firestone Firehawk Indy 500’s are a great tire. Deep tread depth, ultra aggressive looking, on the cheaper side for an extreme summer tire, and they have great straight line traction. My buddy daily drives with these on his 94mustang and runs 12.1 at the track with them on a 125 shot of nitrous.
2006 GTO M6
Motor - Stock with Vararam
Bunch of suspension
Bunch of brakes
12.81 @ 110.6 2.03 60'