Oh for the love of god, comparing apples and hammers.
300V is strictly racing oil. It cannot be approved for any manufacturer specification.
It has very high HTHS from low KV100 bcs. it is ester based oil (for real!). That affects fuel efficiency requirements that all these approvals have.
Bcs. it is ester based oil it oxidize a lot. It is already highly acidic fresh. Hence no way it would be approved for any specification as all those specifications require long drain intervals.
Additives are aimed at one thing: racing. Oil is designed to operate at very high temperatures constantly, not to drop kids to daycare and school, grocery shopping etc. where oil might not reach operating temperature.
That being said, there are some UOA here where person was running both M1 0W40 and 300V 0W40 and 300V proved more shear stable, much lower wear numbers and interestingly, both oxidized same.