Nope. That is like saying the tire sprung a leak from driving over a nail, and that is related to the other tire blowing out a month ago from hitting a curb. The type of leak you are describing is common on any car, especially at the mileage you listed. The only difference is you have a relatively expensive car. It will develop the same problems as any other car, they are just more expensive to repair in most cases.
What you might look at is the oil you are using. When there is already a small leak, synthetic oil tends to turn it into a bigger leak a lot faster. If you recently switched to synthetic oil for the first time, switching back to the previous brand will often make the leak slow down or stop after a few months.
Switching brands of oil can also cause a leak to show up for the first time. All oils contain dispersants, detergents, anti-foaming agents, corrosion inhibitors, and seal conditioners. Those additives in one brand of oil may not be compatible with those in other brands. The detergent in the new brand could degrade the leftover seal conditioner in the old oil, and that could allow a seal to leak.
Those are just some things to think about. It is just as likely the filter housing gasket decided it was time to start leaking. It is a gasket, so we know it was going to do that sooner or later.
Monday, January 9th, 2017 AT 1:54 PM