I'll be replacing the S22's with some variant of the Michelin Pilot Power, probably the 2CT. I ride in cooler conditions most of the year, being in New Hampshire. These have been my go to tire for street and track for a lot of years for some good reasons. They need little to no balance weights once you've balanced your wheel assembly beforehand. So tire changes are quick and simple.
Again, they are great in cooler temps, and stick well when things are wet, both street and track. Even while raining, they pump water really well for not being a dedicated rain tire. I've run plenty of rainy sessions with them over the years and they're awesome.
I would not recommend running them on track in a super hot climate (think Texas in summer). They don't seem to like the heat for as long and can get a lot more greasy/melty. hehe