The Moffat surname is synonymous with Australian motorsport, but James Moffat is not looking to ride on the coat tails of his famous father, Allan.
In his first two seasons with Nissan Motorsport, Moffat proved to be a driver with true grit, passion and a thirst for success.
Continuing on with Garry Rogers Motorsport, Moffat looks to build on his single race win back in 2013 when steering the Altima to its first ever Supercars victory.
Starting out with four years of successful karting, he moved into circuit racing, driving in the competitive Lotus Trophy in 2004, finishing second in his debut season and claiming ‘rookie of the year’ honours.
In 2005, he progressed to the V8 Ute Racing Series earning himself another rookie title and finishing seventh overall.
Moffat switched to the Australian Formula Ford Championship in 2007, finishing third before stepping up to Porsche Carrera Cup.
In 2009, Moffat advanced to the Development Series, finishing second and picking up the coveted Mike Kable Young Gun V8 Supercar Award for the sport’s best new talent.
In 2011, Moffat joined Dick Johnson Racing in the main series and remained with the team for two seasons before switching to Nissan Motorsport, where he won at Winton in 2013 and finished second at Bathurst with Taz Douglas the following year.
Clipsal 500 Adelaide ›
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Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint ›
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WD-40 Phillip Island 500 ›
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Perth SuperSprint ›
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Winton SuperSprint ›
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CrownBet Darwin Triple Crown ›
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