1. There is no such a thing as an "all-season" tire. That is just a marketing term which is misleading at best and dangerous at worse.
The closest thing are the two "all-weather" tires Nokian WRG3 and Toyo Celsius which are actually winter tires with a harder compound which can also last the summers but with major handling compromises. All Terrain tires on offroad vehicles are even worse because they have harder compound in order to deal with rocks without tearing to pieces.
2. AWD, 4WD, 4Matic, 4Motion etc, do nothing for you when it is time to stop. The only thing helping you to stop are the four small patches of rubber on the road.
3. Ultra High Performance All Season is just as misleading for track driving in the summer as it is for winter driving on snow. They overheat easily turning into soft mush which are very slippery. If you are going to drive on track get UHP summer or better yet DOT legal track tires.
4. The reason why we now call them "winter" tires and NOT "snow" tires anymore is described best in the picture above. It is all about the right tool for the right job. Good skills are also important but will only take you so far.