He says there's no winter driving (the car is currently in storage until spring).
That does make it easy to recommend the Michelin Pilot Super Sport. They wear very, very well, and grip is better than you'd expect from its 300 treadwear rating. I have 4000+ fairly enthusiastic street miles plus ten track days (
that's about 1200 track miles at 5 or more times as abusive as the same number of street miles)
on one of my sets, and they're still less than half worn. But they're still pulling better than 1.2g in the corners during a track day session (have datalogs to prove it). In street driving only, I'd expect somewhere around 30,000 miles/50,000 km in my driving (which tends to be hardest in the turns and when on the brakes)..
In the rain . . . well, let's just say they might even be the top "go to" choice for much harder driving than you'll ever do on the street, maybe even harder than you'll do on a dry street. Wide open throttle in 3rd (4.6L, 3.55's), beyond 110 on the last trip down the main straight (after a little excitement starting at about 11:00). 50 mph or better in all the turns except for the slow right-hander going over the little hill and the really slow left just after the bridge. I think this was the day that 2" of rain fell in the vicinity of the track, IOW pretty serious rain.
'08 GT coupe, 5M, wheels, tires, pads, fluid, a few suspension mods . . . still almost stock height
'10 Legacy 2.5GT, 6M (hers)
'01 Maxima 20AE, 5M (spare, winter driver)