I think so? Not sure but mine was a BT016 Bridgestone. I rode it hard but I was showing steel cord in less then 2,000 miles. After many hard canyon rides I started seeing balling of rubber in the center even when doing highway miles in a straight line. The whole tire was ruff as a cob, like some pro scrubbed them in for me. It isn't a sport touring tire so I figured it wouldn't last over 5,000 miles to begin with. I tought I got a bad tire so I bought another to match the front. Even with the new tire, and while babying it I still have a tire that looks ruff and scrubbed in by a pro??? I think the tire sticks like glue and I love the sure feel grip and you can trust the tire from edge to edge. But, ouch. With the cost of tires these days I was thinking about going with a sport touring tire for the extra mileage.
The tires that came with the bike were Conti Road Attacks and although worn I still put 5,000 miles on them before buying the BT016's. I'm surprized you are having troubles with them. Maybe the Track Days or hard riding puts the tire through a heat cycle and changes the rubber hardness. IE; like on track tires? Sounds stupid I know.