I drive a factory supercharged/modified Mustang SVT Cobra with about 500 HP / 500 ft-lb torque. It's a fast car built for the track but used mostly for work/vacations and year round driving. With this being my third Mustang in my life, I bought these to replaced the OEM tires (Goodyear Eagle F1 GS), and though the Goodyear tires are far more expensive to replace, the Michelin's saved me about $500 and they outperform the Goodyear tires in all condition including winter snow in Denver and getting 30,000 miles out of a tire on a muscle car is just about unheard of for me (usually doing good to get 20,000). I am on here looking at tires again, considering another set of these and would never go back to the Goodyear tires under any circumstances. Michelin's are hard to beat for a muscle car that's driven in all conditions and I am very pleased with the life of these tires for spirited driving.