Nulon Full Synthetic 5W-30 Racing Oil is specifically designed to meet the demands of modern multi-cam, multi-valve, high performance, high output race and highly modified street engines. Group IV Poly Alpha Olefin (PAO) and Group V Alkylated Naphthalene (AN) base oils provide fast flowing shear...
I have a large ci V8, 950HP NA E85 all-aluminium road racing engine (Dailey dry sump, 5-stage). It's not a max effort build, it was specifically built with long-term durability in mind. It will see street use for certain events (like One Lap of America) but for the sake of this thread, let's stick to what it will be using on track only and presume I'll use something different for street driving. On my previous build (still used a stock block) I was using Redline for the track and Redline for the street:
Versatile product used in stock car racing, road racing, and sprint cars
Popular for medium and heavy-duty gasoline engines in light trucks
I'm looking at my options when it comes to some other racing oils for my new build.
I haven't seen many comparisons between Nulon/Motul and wanted to post to get some thoughts. Australian Supercars series uses Nulon so that's good enough for me as my use case is similar, but I hear a lot of good stuff about Motul.