I have had P-zeros on 3 Sports cars, all were RWDs, and one had 700hp. The P-Zeros are doable if you drive on dry, clean pavement and heat up the tires before you lean on them but with cold tires on wet pavement they are a bit unruly. Though, honestly I never take my Sports cars out in the rain as a rule, always heat the tires up before driving fast, and generally I am selective about were I drive fast, that is, the pavement quality.
If you find P-Zeroes acceptable you are not driving car hard enough, they are horrible and break loose easily even on dry clean pavement. First found this around 10 years ago when I supercharged my first R8, the stock Pzeroes were ok up until then but once I added the power they were horrible. So I went looking for new tires and was told about a new tire coming out from Michelin, Pilot Super Sports, what a huge difference and have put them on every car since. If I wasnt getting rid of my car soon I would have put them on already.