Yes, it does. it's not a small I4- it's a big V8 with lots of heat distribution, which needs to be cooled down. don't count on driving wind.
When the engine is hot, it should be very hard to turn, compared to cold.
I don't know, if you also have the electric auxillary fan- this fan usually comes on in stop and go, where the rpm is low and the main fan has not the speed to cool the engine down. if so, try to put 12V permanent on it and see, if the temperature still goes up. When it does, one of your head gaskets is likely shot.
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