Before you dismiss this as “too technical”, you have to watch the video. Porsche rigged up a test system for it’s engine that looks like it’d be more at home at your local carnival than at the Porsche factory (think tilt-a-whirl). The video is short and it’s worth watching.
In a nutshell, Porsche has put the 911 dry-sump lubrication system on steroids. It now has four separate scavenge pumps to suck the oil out of the engine. So no matter where the oil is thrown inside the engine, it can be sucked out efficiently and made ready for the pressure pump to reuse. They even saw a 3 hp gain by going to this system. You can read more about it in the nice little summary post CarAndDriver.com put up a few months ago.