I wouldn't use a Michelin for what your goals are. I wasn't a fan of mine at all. Very greasy when it was hot out, and not very confident inspiring the corners! I ended up switching to a Dunlop Q2 and I love them. Very sticky in all temperatures, and they stick for days in the corners. You don't get as much lean angle as you do with Michelin's, but I don't have the need to drag knee on the streets.
I will most likely be switching over to the Q2's again on my ZX-10r since I still do street riding, but also frequent the 1/4 mile track.