I'm well aware that in most riding scenarios, there is more weight on the rear tyre of a bicycle and power transfer as well as the typical "swaying" from side to side (causing additional friction) contributes to a higher wear ration compared to the front (also explained in this old post)
In my case, I'm well within the range of expected wear rates of 1/2-1/3 front to rear, about 8000 kilometers on the front and still showing the grooves on the center of the tread, on the rear, it's getting shallow after 3000-4000 km in. I'm pretty sure, a third Vittoria Corsa will be through before the front needs replacement.
My question is: Are there any particular riding styles (or other factors) that especially contribute to high wear?
I've added a picture of my front (right) versus rear (left) - just for comparison's sake, no advise on swapping, they'll probably come off by the end of season at latest.
I track components on Strava and unless my LBS has swapped a 40€ tire for free, the front has done about 7.500 km and the rear about 2.800 km.
My riding involves a fair bit of climbing and often on pretty rough b-roads such as the picture below, ironically taken when I had a puncture. I know, other factors like rider weight, power (=torque) and the rubber compound also play an important role, but is there something such as a "tyre killer" within normal riding parameters? (No skidding or wheel-mount trainers, indeed...)