Sorry if this has already been covered - when I searched the forum before posting, I saw some threads about it, but nothing that really covered what I was looking for.
I'm looking for good clinchers for track use. I ride most of the time at San Diego, which is a 333m/37º max bank outdoor track, but I'm also going to be doing weekend sessions at the ADT Cetner in LA, which is more like a 250m/45º+ max bank board track. Thier policy is if you slip and fall, you're done for the day and you pay for any damage to the track, and I don't want to be that guy.
Hence my question. In my experience, any road tire at high pressure works well on the longer outdoor concrete track, but I'm more nervous about it with the indoor boards, especially in regards to tread pattern. Looking at track tubulars, the good ones seem to all have a pattern with little round nubs all over, no grooves. Does anyone know of any clinchers that have the same, or have some good experience with a particular clincher on a board track?