Only problem is fair is everything equal, And no 2 cars are anyway you look at it , There are cars that are extremely similiar, But none truly equal, And its not really a tyre race, If that was it any company could 0ut a pair of V710s on there car and smoke almost anybody, Its simply tyre development with more special or track focused cars, And high powered track cars should have tyres like this.
These cars, Hell all high performance cars hyper or not are all meant to do there best on a warm dry track, Not too many people are doing track days in the wet, Some spots dont even allow it.
Cup 2s and Trofeos are 'Meant' for the track, They arent track only tyres, Same with every competition spec R compound tyre.
And given my experience, Which i have been driving an M Spec Nur for the past 16 years, Which wears wide Yokohama Advan A048 tyres front and rear, For a good number of years, They have been just fine for normal road use, And im in the UK which rains 428 days of the year, And in the snow, All round daily driver, No problems, Ive even had a pair of R888s for a week, same result. The negative stuff is mainly down to the driver fault.
And people would still complain, If its not the tyres its the weight, Or the power, or the aero, How many times have we all herd that if this car didnt have xxxx it would be faster/slower, Take away the tyre aspect and the other excuses would multiply exponentially. And given them all slicks would be pointless, Specially with cars with bespoke tyres since those cars were designed with the tyre n vice versa, Might be faster but the cars balance may be off and might be slower, Same with alot if the stuff.