|Born||29 April 263AP|
Sothernacht, Corynthea, Eastern Zartania
|Achievements||301AP Crown Cup Champion, 310AP Royal Zartanian 500 winner|
|Car no., team||No. 54 (Longerath Motorsports)|
|316AP Pts Pos||26th of 113|
|Best Pts Finish||1st (301AP)|
|Last Race||317AP Kukurian Koffeé 500|
|First Win||300AP Guldavya Stek 400|
|Last Win||317AP Kukurian Koffeé 500|
Douglas Teague (born 29 April 263AP) is an Eastern Zartanian race car driver in the RZOEAZ. He currently drives the No. 54 Royal Bank of Samuelonia Veron for Longerath Motorsports. He resides in his hometown of Sothernacht, Corynthea, Eastern Zartania. He is married to his wife Karlae and they have four children: Kinzli, Davore, Primys, and Odyn. Teague won the Crown Cup driver championship in 301AP, following in the footsteps of his teammate, Merton Gray, and extending Black Star Racing Syndicate's streak of driver championships to three.
Teague's youngest son, Odyn, has expressed an interest in following his father's career path into professional stock car racing in the RZOEAZ. To date, however, the 17-year-old has kept to mainly kart racing with a handful of late model dirt starts on the amateur stock car circuits in southern Eastern Zartania.
The 315AP season turned out to be Teague's best season since his 301AP Crown Cup Championship. Racing in an amazing 35 of 37 possible races, Teague racked up an incredible ten Top-10 finishes and his first victory since 312AP, making the Chase for the Crown Cup and finishing 22nd overall in points. But, looking forward to his 53rd birthday, was Longerath Motorsports willing to take another chance next year on the former Champion?
Former Crown Cup Champion Douglas Teague was clearly the class of the Longerath Motorsports stable in 316AP. The 53-year-old was the only driver from the team to make the Chase and finished 26th in the standings with nine Top-10 finishes, more than both of his teammates combined! On the other hand, Teague will be celebrating his 54th birthday in 317AP and likely doesn't have too many seasons left in him. Was the team willing to go another season with the aging former Champion?