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Taz Douglas

 

 

Taz Douglas (born 11 February 1984) is a part-time Australian race driver.

Douglas was born in Frankston, Victoria, Australia. Having scored numerous karting titles in his junior years - including the Ford Kart Stars Series in 2000 - Taz Douglas took time out from motor racing in 2003 and 2004 to pursue his other passion, surfing.

He returned to motorsport in 2005, making his Formula Ford debut in the Victorian Championship, finishing fourth.

In 2006, Douglas won the title and caught the eye of V8 Supercar squad Toll HSV Dealer Team, working with the squad and testing their Commodore in the second half of the season.

Douglas steps up to the Australian Formula Ford Championship in 2007 in a single-car team with two years of Formula Ford experience, keen to make a strong impression.

He won $75,000 dollars in Australia's version of Deal or No Deal.

 

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