Your question will all depend on what track you will be driving and what are the intentions for the car. Some tracks that don’t have a lot of high speed can get away with a track/street pad. Pads are considered consumables, expensive consumables but it gives you a chance to try different brands out and what works for you and your driving style. Just remember get the best quality you can afford for fluid, you don’t wanna boil the brake fluid when on track that is a scary situation especially at a high speed track.
I personally run hawk DTC 60s front and hawk HPS 5.0 in the rears, I do have EVO 8 front brakes though and hawk pads brake dust are known for being corrosives on your wheels if not taken care of.