you realize one mans "hot" is another mans "cold". You cant claim "hot" pressures without tire temps. Doubtful most riders carry a temp probe or pyrometer.
A michelin trackside vendor once told me 30/30 to start and adjust as necessary. Then I read some guy that claims to have sold 50 sets of those tires claims pressures of 37 or higher for track pressures.
My personal experience on a bone stock 2007 R6 is:
31 psi front (track or street) Highway slab crusing add a few lbs more
aggressive track 23psi
Highway slab cruising 40psi for long life
All pressures quoted cold at 50-80 degrees ambient.