The team finished the season in 10th placing on the Team’s Championship Standings based on the results of the #4 and #9 cars.
Holdsworth finished 13th and placed his #4 IRWIN Racing Mercedes-Benz AMG E63 V8 Supercar from Erebus Motorsport in 20th place in the standings in its debut season.
Jason Bright came home 2nd after a stoic drive against returned champion Jamie Whincup.
Kelly brought home his Jack Daniel’s Racing Altima in 18th place in Sydney.
Jamie Whincup clinches 5th title finishing third, while Shane Van Gisbergen rules the final race.
Qualifying for the last race of the season will begin tomorrow.
Jason Bright: "It was pretty satisfying to pop out in the top ten when we had been running 24th."
Caruso finished 7th, Rick and Todd Kelly were 9th and 10th respectively.
Norton-backed driver James Moffat took a fine seventh place finish in today’s second race, one place ahead of Jack Daniel’s Racing team-mate Rick Kelly.
Jamie Whincup takes the desired win starting the race in 5th.
Now it's Lowndes behind by six to teammate Whincup in the companionship
Michael Caruso qualified in 18th but took a top 10 result at the Phillip Island circuit in Victoria.
“The PIRTEK Enduro Cup really is a Championship within a Championship and it was fantastic to win this inaugural version with Warren”
“Really exciting day for us because we had the ability to win"
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.
After several stops to make adjustments Coulthard battled home to finish 16th.
In the fastest ever 1000km classic - just three cars failed to finish and only twice was the Safety Car called onto the track; one being for an incident with a kangaroo!
The victory also marks the first in the 11 year history of the Castrol-backed Ford Performance Racing outfit.
James Moffat and Taz Douglas were the best of the Nissan Altimas in 18th place after a trying day.