Buy a sport touring tire. They stick like top end sport/trackday tires did 5 yrs ago, and last at least twice as long as sport rubber.
You are probably fooling yourself if you think you ride so fast that you need stickier rubber than a sport touring tire.
I have run Road Attacks, Pilot Road 2's, and B-Stone 023's.....all fantastic, knee dragging sticky touring tires. Some are better than others at rain, or cold, or hot and dry, but all are great. On fast paced road rides thru the hills in TN, GA, and NC, WV and KY, dragging hard parts and knee pucks, never once changing my riding to accomodate touring tires, I have realized that a sport toruing tire is the best choice for a street rider looking to get grip and longevity.
This pic, my bike has 023's on it (trailer has a Sava scooter tire on it)....no chicken strips on either. The 023's were on the GSXR till I sold it, the new owner swore he was way too fast for touring tires, so I mounted up Pilot Power 2CT's for hima nd kept the 023's.....and put them on my KTM. They now have 14,000 kms on them....front is half worn,and rear still might pass a safety check. Long lasting, very grippy in dry conditions, and not bad in wet. Longest lasting tire I have tried thus far.