James Moffat is celebrating the biggest win of his career following a brilliant victory on Saturday in the Gold Coast 600.

Moffat teamed with Chaz Mostert in a Tickford Racing prepared Ford Falcon to win one of Supercars’ biggest races of the year on the streets of Surfers Paradise.

“I’m really, really happy on so many levels,” beamed Moffat as he celebrated the win.

“I’m really happy for everyone at Tickford who have had a rough year.

“I’m really thrilled for Chaz who has been so great as a teammate to work with across the past few months.

“And it’s personally pretty satisfying to win one of the sport’s big events, it’s a cool thing to win on the Gold Coast!”

For Moffat, it was his second Supercar victory following on from his maiden win at Winton with Nissan in 2013.

For Tickford, it was their first win in 12 months – triggering huge celebrations after a difficult 2018 season.

“The car was a weapon, it got better and better as the race went on,” Moffat said.

“We were in a great position to be in the lead and to pull a gap from the rest of the field was so good.”

Moffat and Mostert were perfectly placed to go back-to-back on Sunday – with Moffat the standout co-driver of the weekend, leading much of the first leg of race two – until wild storms lashed the Gold Coast, forcing organisers to scrap the event.

“We were in a super spot in race two but unfortunately the rain hit,” Moffat lamented.

“The sad thing about Sunday, the car was even better than Saturday!”

“Another podium was there for the taking, but it was absolutely the right call to can the race, it was so wet and dangerous.”

After a tenth placed finish at the Sandown 500, a fourth at the Bathurst 1000 and the Gold Coast 600 win, Moffat and Mostert finished sixth in the Pirtek Enduro Cup standings.

But perhaps most importantly for the 34 year old, is the winnings from the Queensland victory.

“It’s time for a breather now after a long season racing, so surf’s up!”