I copied this from a site that was talking about letting turbo cars cool down after use.
You don't have to treat it different if it's a stock setup. If you do a bunch of pulls, just do a bit of normal driving or let the car run for a minute or two so it can cool down the coolant and oil by pumping it through the system.
So just like any car, if it's been run hard, drive it normal for a bit to cool everything down. If your car has sat long enough that the engine temp is close to ambient, let it warm up by driving like a grandma before you push it hard. If it's really really cold, 30 second idle, then grandma drive, then you're fine. If it's crazy ass cold, like you're in Antarctica, a few minutes of idling or longer will be needed. If you're NOT in Antarctica, don't let your car idle forever to warm it up, because carbon.