84 308: During track events I have noticed that my oil psi will swing to zero in a hard corner. I am not talking about a quick turn, I mean a long hard full throttle corner. When I turn in, the needle swings to the left but I am afraid of what I am doing when I floor it after the apex and keep it on the floor all the way thru the turn while the needle is still buried on zero. The little orange light never comes on. It seems to happen more in a right-hander and I also hear a "rattling" sound from the engine until I am out of the turn. The sound is similar to what I would expect to hear if the grill mesh on the engine cover were loose (it's not). Once I am on the straight the psi is back up and the noise is gone. This NEVER happens on the street, even under very quick driving. I understand that the oil psi will rise and fall when I throw my car left and right. I am just concerned about the hard throttle thing while it's doing it. Should I worry about this or not, and if so, is there a remedy?