Nissan is offering several opportunities for fans to make this year's SuperCheap Auto Bathurst 1000 one to remember.
The Nissan 'Best Seats In The House' zone behind the Nissan Motorsport pits gives fans an opportunity to drive Mount Panorama on Nissan PlayStation GT Academy simulators and take a rest on comfortable, shaded seating.
Every hour, the Nissan 'Best Seats In The House' cube will depart the zone with six lucky fans, chaffeuring patrons to several spectalar locations around the iconic 6.2-kilometre circuit.
Fans also have the chance to ride in the cube in the Sunday morning pre-race drivers parade around the circuit by posting pictures of their Bathurst vantage point on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the #NissanBestSeats hashtag.
For those both at Bathurst or watching from home, Nissan has teamed up with V8 Supercars to offer the chance to win an all-new Nissan NP300 Navara ST 4x4 Dual Cab pickup.
Building on its reputation as the tradie's mate with new features and enhancements, the NP300 Navara is as comfortable on the worksite as it is taking the family or mates on a trip away. It looks tough too.
The NP300 Navara ST 4x4 Dual Cab pickup features a powerful twin turbo engine with best in class diesel fuel economy to help you get the job done. Ride in comfort with a premium interior, supported by smart technologies, sleek, modern styling and a 5 star ANCAP safety rating. The all-new Nissan NP300 Navara. Powerful made clever. Enter now at:www.v8supercars.com.au/NP300Navara
Nissan is also delivering for fans on the track, with Michael Caruso and Dean Fiore driving a retro-themed #23 NISMO Nissan Altima V8 this weekend in the same colours that Jim Richards used to win the 1990 Australian Touring Car Championship, the first title win for Nissan.
If Nissan was to win the Liqui Moly Bathurst 1000 this weekend, it would make it a double for the Japanese auto giant, following NISMO winning the Bathurst 12 Hour GT sport car race at Mount Panorama in February.