Did you notice he said "colder oil doesn't protect like warm oil" and just because your coolant is at 180F doesn't mean your oil will be anywhere near as soon. In fact oil runs hotter than coolant (above 210F), and coolant is water-based so it can absorb heat at a much faster rate than say oil which is mineral-based, which means that not only does the coolant need to warm the oil to 180F but the engine still being cold in some areas means the oil isn't going to reach its operating temps until the rest of the engine does.
Also note he doesn't mention ANYTHING about FI cars, specifially turbos. While we as subie owners are blessed with water-cooled turbos, many aftermarket turbos are not unless you specify you want/need it. So for those without water-cooled turbos they must wait until oil temps reach operating temperature. Yes drag cars may not care, but they're replacing their builds after 1 or 2 races, track cars warm up their cars before each race for this exact reason, tires grip better, oil flows faster reducing engine wear (24 races), and the car just drives better/more predictably.
I really don't like to argue, but between my education for building engines/cars, the general lack of knowledge by the consumer, and common sense our society seems to lack some days...it's frustrating to hear people repeat things that businesses in the market to make money (selling cars/parts, repairing cars) on those uniformed people. Not saying you specifically are uniformed not at all, but to those still building based on what they read, they need all the info to make a reliable decision.
It's a wheel, not a rim..the rim is the outer edge of the wheel, and last time I checked you can't buy just the rim lol.