Craig Jones started sim racing in 2015 officially. The very first
sim he raced on was Gran Turismo. In 2016 Craig decided to purchase a Logitech G29 and invest in the first wheel he had ever used. From there he started racing on Project Cars and GT Sport. It was GT Sport that he then started building a commuinity called JCR, this is where it all started becoming a lot more than sim racing. He managed to grow a community of over 50 racers, and linked up with a group called GORO. The year 2017 he had won his very first public GT3 championshp with J8 Racing. From then he decided to invest in a PC and purchase rFactor2. He joined a team within rFactor2, which he started being involved in endurance racing up to 24 hours. The team then join iRacing at the end of 2018 where Craig followed and started racing on one of the most advanced racing sims. 2019 was a year for Craig to grow in sim racing. In November of 2019 was the start of this brand new team SCC Racing, due to Craig having connections within the charity, after he hosted his very own Charity sim race, raising around £1,000. Here is to a great 2020 for all involved at SCC Racing.
Joe has been a car enthusiast since he was a child. He started
racing online with Gran Turismo and graduated to iRacing as his main sim of choice. Joe is also an amateur car driver in real life and has extensive karting experience. His home track is Circuit of the Americas. He prefers to drive in sim because it is affordable and safer. 2019 was a watershed year for him in sim racing and he built a custom GT3 rig in his home. He has been racing for teams since 2019. He joined SCC racing with a desire to support charity in his free time and for the friendship and connections the sim racing community has to offer. Ultimately Joe is here to get faster and grow his hobby while supporting the drivers and the sim racing community