Caruso has been Nissan’s best performing driver in 2014.
Moffat took pole for today’s 200km race, Nissan’s first in the V8 Supercars Championship.
The Nissan Motorsport V8 Supercars team has endured the highs and lows of motorsport at Queensland Raceway today.
Michael Caruso was shattered by a late race penalty for punching into the side of Scott McLaughlin.
Saturday's on track action features a pair of 10 minute long qualifying sessions ahead of twin 100km races.
Blancpain Endurance Series driver looking forward to 'extremely scary circuit'
Chaz Moster held off an assault by Craig Lowndes to win his first race of 2014.
Craig Lowndes led from start to finish in the 15th race of the 2014 V8 Supercar season.
Will join Rick Kelly for endurance races
The season starts this weekend in Adelaide.
The V8 Supercars pre-season hit out has been held at Sydney Motorsport Park and all the teams and makes have put a line in the sand.
Nismo Athlete Alex Buncombe to get first V8 Supercars test experience at Sydney Motorsports Park in Sydney New South Wales this Saturday (15 February 2014).
Nissan Motorsport has made a significant management change ahead of the 2014 V8 Supercars Championship.
James Moffat, the driver of the #360 Norton Nissan Altima in the V8 Supercars Championship, will compete with a Nissan 370Z Nismo in the endurance event at Dubai.
Caruso, 30, has had a number of highlights during the 2013 season, including five top 10 finishes in his #36 Norton-sponsored Nissan.
The Altima sedan is an all-new entry in the medium passenger segment of the Australian new car market.
Rick Kelly/Karl Reindler finished just outside the top 10 in 11th
The streets of Surfers Paradise was filled with action and crashes. The survivors were Craig Lowndes and co-driver Warren Luff.
James Moffat and Taz Douglas were the best of the Nissan Altimas in 18th place after a trying day.
Tomorrow, the Nissan Motorsport will be on track at 10.05am AEST for practice, while on Sunday, a final practice will be held at 7.25am ahead of ‘The Great Race’ at 10.30am.
Moffat finished 11th and eighth today, following on from his landmark race win yesterday – Nissan’s first win in Australian Touring Car Championship for 21 years.
James Moffat and Nissan Motorsport have made Australian sports history at Winton Raceway today, claiming Nissan’s first race win in Australian Touring Car racing in 21 years.
Moffat, driver of the #360 Norton Hornet Nissan Altima is secured of his future
Michael Krumm and Lucas Ordonez will now fly to Japan for this weekend’s Super GT round at Suzuka.
Pirtek's support of the new Enduro Cup will create a championship-within-a-championship in the popular Australian racing series.
The Nissan Motorsport team will enjoy its first test since racing the new Nissan Altimas at Winton Motor Raceway in two weeks.
Moffat and Kelly finished 14th and 15th in the 200km race, with their Nissan team-mates Rick Kelly and Michael Caruso taking 20th and 23rd respectively.