So lots of talk but any answers to the original question....?
“not many, if any”
Using empirical testing I discovered urethane tires grip better when my track was treated with tire bite/goo/glue.
The tires described as “rubber “ didn’t mind it either.
These days I don’t bother and just maintain a clean track (enamel gloss) and clean tires.
Tire treatments you might try include CRC 226, 3 in 1 oil, naphtha/fuelite, saliva, suntan lotion ... and thinned tire-bite with fuelite.
One of the advantages of a gloss track is (mostly) the ability to chemically clean the surface...a matte or textured surface not so easy.
Enjoy your track and your journey into the land of magic tire sauce.