|I know what you mean as I have the same problem with mine.
Now with that being said let me ask you this;
What tires and what was the temperature when you took the car for the ride.
'Summer' performance tires absolutely can SUCK when driven at lower temps than they were designed for.
Some performance tires even tell you not to store them at or near freezing temps. That means not even parking them outside in the cold weather.
For most around the year purposes, all season radials will way outperform summer season only performance tires. Especially when NOT warmed up. Summer performance tires can be downright dangerous in the cold and when not properly warmed up.