I currently have them, they are only good as ALL season, if you want to rip on track or some back roads, they're not for that. I went to Tail of the Dragon few months ago, half way thru the 11miles of the road, Continentals became like 'gel' and car became unstable, so I had to ride easy for the other half of 11miles. I know I know they're not for racing, but I wasn't even racing. I will try Michelin tires next time.I still have the factory run flats on mine but I will be putting on new tires before the winter. Most likely the continental extreme contact all seasons. I had continentals with the same exact tread pattern on my Volvo S60R and they were good in snow, rain and dry weather.