Try this site. the ultimate glue is of course carpet glue. however once comitted to this you will not be able to get the tyre off in a hurry.
Just curious .... Chip Howat doesn't test any track glues (and I don't believe he ever has, either). Certainly he doesn't address any hard glues, unless you consider old Clement gutta (no longer available) to be a hard glue because it finally gets hard, cracks, and has to be replaced.
To the point of the original poster, I don't actually believe anyone has published results for any hard adhesives regarding rolling resistance. In particular, anyone who does a rolling resistance study should do so at various tire pressures, various weight loadings, and also consider both smooth and rough surfaces. There's been a lot of talk and theory, but none of the studies (including the Tour study and some of the Zipp and other studies) have addressed the issue properly even for modern road mastics, much less for "track adhesives." Lastly, rolling resistance will change with the behavior of the rim itself, so a study on a low-profile alloy tubular rim will give different results from a Zipp 58 mm rim. We've done a variety of studies on different wheel issues including gluing, radial spoking, lateral flex, and so on. We haven't done one on hard glues simply because we don't think it's going to yield productive results -- after all, telling you that there's a lower-rolling-resistance glue doesn't help if it isn't available any longer, or tire or rim makers disavow its use, or it has irrecoverable failures on the road.