James Moffat is on double duty as he completes his 2018 driving duties at this weekend’s blockbuster Gold Coast 600 on the streets of Surfers Paradise.

Moffat will again team with Chaz Mostert in the Tickford Racing Ford Falcon for the final event of the Pirtek Enduro Cup.

And the 34 year old will also race his Porsche in the final event of the 2018 Porsche Carrera Cup Championship.

It’s a busy schedule – but the perfect way to complete a hectic racing season for Moffat.

“I love street tracks, and there isn’t a street event better than the Gold Coast,” Moffat said.

“Everything about the weekend is a lot of fun, and the crowds flock to the place so I’m hoping it’s a memorable one for us in both the Ford and the Porsche.”

Moffat and Mostert sit 6th in the Pirtek Enduro Cup after finishing 10th at the Sandown 500 and fourth in the Bathurst 1000.

And Moffat sits fifth in the Carrera Cup standings heading into the eighth and final race weekend.

But what is driving Moffat most is the winnings up for grabs across the weekend on the Gold Coast – with the famous trophies up for grabs.

“I’ve been trying for a hell of a long time to get on the podium at Surfers to get the chance to walk away with a surfboard,” Moffat explained about the unique prize for podium placings at the Gold Coast 600.

“Hopefully this can be the year and hopefully by Sunday night Chaz and I have our hands on one!”

Opening practice begins on Friday morning for the Supercars as they head into Round 14 of their season.

“I’ve loved my time with the Tickford crew across Sandown and Bathurst,” Moffat said.

“We came so close to the podium on the mountain, and I hope we can better that performance this weekend.”

“Street tracks certainly suit Chaz and my driving styles, so I reckon we’ll be right up there.”

Moffat will have a busy weekend, with three races as well to contest for the final Carrera Cup round.

After scoring pole positions at the last two events, Moffat is desperate for better race results to come the way of he and his Wall Racing prepared Porsche.

“It’s been a pain to be the quickest car at Tailem Bend and Bathurst and walk away with next to nothing to show for our races,” Moffat said.

“So I’m desperate to make sure we turn out outright pace into scoring some great results this weekend.”

All of the Supercars and Carrera Cup action is live on Network Ten and Fox Sports across the weekend.