You might actually do better to get the revs up once in a while. Driving within normal operating range unless you're flooring and redlining it constantly isn't going to hurt anything. My wife's Versa with the 5-speed does 3500-4,000 rpm just cruising along on the freeway in fifth. It probably spends the majority of its time between 3-4k and I just give it Supertech synthetic every 5k. Has about 80k miles on it with no issues. OP needs to plan his WOT runs in advance and put in Red Line oil right before hand, maybe at the stop light before the freeway on ramp. But it only works at high RPMs; let the revs get too low for too long and you'll grenade your engine. Then change it out for regular oil when you're ready to resume normal driving. Preferably on the side of the freeway.
Originally Posted by tahoe_hybrid
it has Active Fuel Management so that is why i'm worried a bit I use chevron or Mobil 91 octane so knocking or pre detonation is not really a issue know AFM does not play nice with bad oil or "used up" oil.. The highest RPM i normally do is 2500RPM from a STOP SIGN Freeway entrance other wise I keep it 1000 to 1600 rpm under normal driving conditions(sometimes 1800rpm, that will do AFM @80MPH @ 1800RPM on flat land)