Craighypheno

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CraigHyphenO
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PSN ID
Steam ID
craighypheno
craighypheno
Nationality United Kingdom British
Car number 86
Teams Japan Goteki House (14,15,16)
United Kingdom Argosport (PC-3)
France Eiffel Power Motorsports (G2,PC-4,17,PC-5,G3,19,R1,20,21,G3,22,SE)
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First Season Season 14
Race Starts 195
Championships Won 0 (Best 2nd)
Special Events Won 0 (Best 3rd)
Race Wins 3
Destruction Derby Wins 2
Podiums 26
Pole Positions 3
Fastest Laps 0
Useful Links Twitter Motorsport writings Facebook Forum link Garage

Craig-o, also known as Craighypheno, CraigO, Craig O, occasionally Craig and by many other nicknames, and from Season PC-4 as Craig Woollard is a wannabe journalisty bloke from Ipswich, Suffolk. He made his Realish Racing début in the Green Turismo series, and currently drives for his own team Eiffel Power Motorsports. He made his début with the Goteki House team in mid-2014.

Contents

Driver Info

Beginnings and Personal

Craig was born at Ipswich, Suffolk, exactly one day after EmTheEmu. He has remained there all his life, except for three years at university. He remains there today. He is currently looking for full-time work and to move away from the Suffolk town. Realish Racing is a welcome hobby for the guy who has nothing better to do when not looking for a job.

Virtual

Craig learned how to race from a very young age through playing the Mario Kart series from the age of roughly three, something which he does still to this day. He progressed through the ranks and eventually joined the University of Essex's Mario Kart society, and was thrown straight into the Premier League in his first (and only year). He finished 7th out of 19, the best placed rookie.

Following this, and through being incredibly bored after graduating from university, he invested in a PS3 for 2014 as well as Gran Turismo 6 and begun racing online. He later joined a club. He discovered at that point that he had a knack of being slow but consistent, avoiding incident and generally making up places as a result, but whilst being slightly more likeable than Max Chilton at the same time. He also was revered for his exceptional defending abilities.

Once he learned that Realish Racing (then Really Rubbish Racing) was moving to the realms of Gran Turismo for the second half of 2014, Craig showed interest and signed up, and was signed at the eleventh hour by Goteki House following an impressive test session.

In 2014, Craig took part in the Green Turismo and Chevrolet Corvette Heritage Trophy series alongside PJ at Goteki House, International Masters of Formula R 2.0 alongside JoeSpeed with Argosport as well as in other series on GT6. He also took part in his first special event, Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto with his brand new team, Eiffel Power Motorsports. This signalled the début of the team.

For 2015, Craig took part in the V8 Australicars series on Race 07 as well as the Lotus Elise Anniversary Series on Gran Turismo 6 with his team Eiffel Power Motorsports. He also took part in his final season and final race for Goteki House The team's first full race début came at GEARS Between the Lakes where he teamed up with 'former' Goteki House driver KoopaTroopa14. In the second half of 2015, Craig set about organising club race days on GT6 after official competition ended, and teamed up with tonyandmargaret for Cruddy Comes to Corby and later for the British Sports Prototype Cup. After his team mate forgot to notify him regarding his participation for the CruddyCar World Series, Craig teamed up with Kyran Parkin, who left the team in what would become yet another messy divorce.

Craig's Realish Racing career to date reflects Jacques Villeneuve's Formula One career. He fluked his way into a decent team from the off and notched up a few good results, before switching to a new team and quietly drifting off into the midfield.

IRL (In Real Life)

Craig IRL.

Craig was born in Ipswich, Suffolk where he has lived for most of his life. Outside of racing and motorsports Craig has interests in other games, most notably Pokémon and the Mario and Metroid series of games. Craig went to university at the University of Essex in 2010, to study maths. Instead, he learned Greek and what a party and what an alcohol is. Craig gained a reputation for being a proper party-goer, and although his days of partying eight nights a week are over, he still tries to fit one or two in a month. Nowadays, Craig is happy enough to have a quiet Aspall or rum with his mates.

Craig is a keen lover of most types of music, and supports the local rock and metal scene where possible. He tried to play an instrument once but failed terribly.

From 2014, Craig writes and edits for the sports website Last Word on Sports in the motorsport department. He found a hidden ability to write as a result. As a result of this, he ended up writing news for WTF1 briefly and IndyCar for F1StatBlog. In 2017, after an impressive pre-qualifying, he joined Autosport as part of their Academy programme.

Realish Racing Career

Console & PC Seasons

Overview

Season 14: Green Turismo
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Team Japan Goteki House
Races Entered 14/14
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Championship Result 5th (2nd in Rookies' Championship)
Season 15: Chevrolet Corvette Heritage Trophy
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Team Japan Goteki House
Races Entered 14/14
Wins 1
Podiums 7
Championship Result 3rd
Season PC-3: International Masters of Formula R 2.0
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Team United Kingdom Argosport
Races Entered 4/16
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Championship Result 30th (11th in Rookies' Championship)
Season G2: 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 3/6
Wins 0
Podiums 0 (1)
Championship Result 20th (7th)
Season PC-4: V8 Australicars
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 12/14
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Championship Result 15th
Season 16: Mega GT World Tour
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Team Japan Goteki House
Races Entered 13/13
Wins 2
Podiums 11
Championship Result 2nd
Season 17: Lotus Elise Anniversary Series
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 18/19
Wins 0
Podiums 3
Championship Result 5th
Season PC-5: British Sports Prototype Cup
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 14/16
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Championship Result 13th
G3: 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series Season
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 6/8
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 12th
S19: Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 13/13
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 14th
R1: Realish Rally Championship
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Rallies Entered 6/6
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 9th
S20: CruddyCar World Series
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 10/10
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 8th

Season 14: Green Turismo

Craig made his debut at the really short Nurburgring circuit driving the Honda CR-Z eco-friendly Touring Car thingy. He qualified in the top half and finished fifth in his first race. He followed that up with a slightly less eyebrow-raising eleventh in the sprint race, the only time he would fail to score points all season, following a collision with fellow Craig Gustuso.

In the rain at the Red Bull Ring, Craig achieved fourth and fourth, raising eyebrows even further. He had good battles with ajokay and Scott throughout.

At Silverstone Stowe, Craig was involved in a controversial bit of contact with Bookoi at the end of the first race. Craig received a reprimand for being an idiot. He has since avoided causing collisions like this. The sprint race saw Craig finish fifth following a penalty to another driver, after running a poor strategy.

Craig cemented his reputation as a great racer at the Rome Street Circuit where he spent both races battling with some of the most experienced RRR members. He finished well in both races.

A poor run of races at Apricot Hill and Deep Forest Raceway saw Craig slip down the table, and was confirmed as the runner up in the Rookies' Standings after the race at Deep Forest.

At the Brands Hatch Indy circuit, Craig achieved his first podium in 13 attempts, after a long battle with PJ, Alex and Scott at the start. He made a move stick and pulled out a very good handful of laps on used tyres to pull out a gap. He finished the season with a sixth place after a mistake early on.

Craig finished fifth in the championship, with a points total equal to his champion team mate before dropped scores. His consistency helped Goteki House to third in the championship. With this, he was retained by Goteki House for season 15.

Gallery

Craig got lost en route to the Nurburgring
Craig had a strong run at the Red Bull Ring
Practice didn't go too well...
Craig had fun at Rome
Battling with the greats at Rome
Craig fared well compared to his team mate
Craig picked up a podium at Brands
Fighting with Scott at Brands Hatch

Season 15: Chevrolet Corvette Heritage Trophy

Having been impressed with Craig's consistency throughout season 14, Goteki House retained Craig for the Corvette Heritage Trophy, running an unchanged line-up.

Craig started the season brightly at the Cape Ring North circuit with his first front row start and his second podium in his Really Rubbish career. On a day where he showed genuine pace he was able to hold off reigning champion DanThorn in the closing stages of the race en route to his first top 2 finish.

Craig struggled in the second race however as he struggled to make his way through the field. Nonetheless, he managed a seventh place to give Goteki House some important points early whilst his team mate PJ was absent.

Craig showed his ability once again at the Autumn Ring where he qualified and finished third in the rain. He struggled for pace in the dry however and took fifth in race 2.

At the Special Stage Route 5 Clubman circuit, Craig had arguably his worst round to date, finishing last but one in both races.

Craig achieved two podiums in two races at Grand Valley Speedway after long battles with bookoi in both races.

At a variable Monza, Craig achieved his first ever RlyR race victory. After starting the race on wet tyres, he managed to keep it on the black stuff far more than his competitors en route to a very emotional victory at a track he isn't too fond of. He ran out of fuel in the first race after a miscalculation by Goteki House's strategy gurus.

At the rescheduled race at Willow Springs, Craig managed a third place and a second place after the unreliability of the Level X Racing cars and a lengthy battle with series champion Dan Thorn.

A lag attack ruined Craig's strong qualifying at Spa-Francorchamps. Craig ended the season as he spent much of it, battling with bookoi. He finished his second full RlyR season in third place. He also assisted Goteki House to second place in the teams' championship.

Gallery

Craig started the season with an impressive podium.
Craig struggled in the second race at Cape Ring.
Despite a podium in the rain in Race 1 at Autumn Ring, Craig had no pace in a dry Race 2.
Craig struggled in the night race at Special Stage.
Craig duelled hard with bookoi en route to two second places at Grand Valley Speedway.
Craig's very first RlyR victory came in the rain at Monza.
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Craig's season ended somewhat crappily, with a fifth place.

Season PC-3: International Masters of Formula R 2.0

Craig signed up towards the end of the season with the Argosport team. He struggled in his first races in the wet at Okayama, spinning off, braking his front wing and hitting a driver a lap in front of him. Oops.

Craig showed a bit more pace at Curitiba, finishing in 14th in the second race.

Gallery

Craig in the Argosport livery.
Craig's debut didn't go well, crashing into the barrier.
Craig was unable to match his marginally more experienced team mate JoeSpeed.
Slightly better pace was shown in the season finale, battling through to 14th place.

Season G2: 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series

Craig paired up with Forza 4 frontrunner KoopaTroopa14 for the second half of GEARS 2014-15, driving for Eiffel Power Motorsports in an Aston Martin. Craig picked up a podium in class at Interlagos whilst a tricky time at MoSport saw a finish well down the order.

Season PC-4: V8 Australicars

Craig was set to pair up with his good friend TheNorfolk for the V8 Australicars season, driving for Eiffel Power Motorsports in a Ford Falcon, but ended up on his own for the season.

The first race saw Craig pull a Piquet-esque move on Kroffie, whilst the second race brought a solid eighth place after a narrow miss with Bye Jr on the penultimate lap.

Craig had a very poor event at Hidden Valley, finishing well out of the points in both races.

Craig suffered his first retirement in Really Rubbish Racing, after falling off an abyss on the last lap at Bathurst as a direct result of Kimster.

Adelaide produced a terrible weekend, with a disconnection in qualifying being just part of the problem. Craig missed the round at Albert Park due to other commitments, before returning to the points at Barbagallo, after a race-long battle with TommyWTF1 and Don Mateo.

Gallery

Craig started the season in the most predictable way, wheel-to-wheel with Bookoi.
Wheel-to-wheel with Lemming77.

Season 16: Mega GT World Tour

Season 16 was Craig's strongest to date. After missing out in the pit stops at the season opener, a collision with nOc75 in the sprint race saw Craig lose out some big points to team mate PJ. A collision with a tyre barrier in the feature race at Bathurst saw Craig's only other finish off the podium of the season. From there, Craig went ten races on the podium, securing more than anybody.

Craig achieved his first pole at Suzuka, after his rivals messed up their important first runs. He finished third in the hour-long race after being passed late by ArcticCareBear. By the end of the season, Craig was the best when it came to looking after tyres, and contributed big time to beating PJ in each of the last four races.

Craig had his best race weekend at Trial Mountain, securing pole and both victories after holding off SuperNiceBob in the second race. He claimed that his experience from Mario Kart contributed to his double victory.

Season 17: Lotus Elise Anniversary Series

Season 17 was set to be the season where Craig consistently challenged for race victories and for the championship. Alongside new team mate Don Patch, results did not come as consistently as Craig would have liked, with real-world stuff getting in the way at times too. Nonetheless, Craig managed to secure his third pole position at Silverstone, and he also managed three podiums across the season.

Season PC-5: British Sports Prototype Cup

After running without a team mate in PC-4, Craig signed up tonyandmargaret for all PC races for the near future. Whilst Craig's qualifying pace was somewhat dire compared to his team mate (being thrashed 6-0), he fared slightly better in the races. He eventually finished with 10 more points than he did in Australicars and two positions higher in the championship.

Season G3: 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series Season

Craig was able to attend much of his first full season of endurance racing, although he missed a few rounds due to being stuck in traffic, annoyingly. Woefully underprepared at Abu Dhabi, Craig was able to switch to a one-stop strategy to finish just outside of the points despite crashing at the midpoint of the race. At Bathurst, Craig was warned for overly aggressive driving as he clattered jims709 late into the race. Again, he finished just outside of the points. It all came right at Suzuka though, as Craig fought hard with DanThorn early on to secure his first points of the season.

At Aragon, a circuit unfamiliar to Craig, he would fight the two Priority 1 Motorsport cars hard and would again finish well into the points, before finishing a lonely fifth at Spa in an attrition-filled race. The rounds at Sebring and Mexico City were not attended, and this compromised his team in the championship. In the final race of the season at Interlagos, an alternate strategy was used again, to finish well into the points.

Season 19: Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres

The struggle with the transition from controller and Race 07 to wheel and Stock Car Extreme became rather apparent early on in the new year. Being horribly off the pace at Campo Grande to crashing out at Jacarepagua (a circuit later described by Craig as "fucking awful") yielded very little. However, with brave moves and generally keeping out of trouble, he seemed to perform slightly better in the endurance races. Craig would move further up the order as the season progressed with competitors dropping out and getting used to the steering wheel, but ultimately the pace was simply not there.

The highlight of the season for Craig will have been leading at Salvador, having made brave passes on lin1876 and MasterOntWolf early in the reverse-grid race.

Season 20: CruddyCar World Series

"Well, at least my luck wasn't as bad as pyjames91's" was the main quote to come out of this season from Craig, the first single-seater season he has done in full. He teamed up with newcomer Kyran Parkin who missed the first two rounds. A crash on cold tyres at St. Petersburg, nonexistent pace at Barber, a costly slide at Pocono, hitting D0n Mateo at Long Beach, a crash whilst battling DanThorn at Road Atlanta, being caught up in an incident at Phoenix, a disconnection at Mid-Ohio, being caught up in an early pile-up at San Jose, getting loose at Charlotte and a lack of pace again at Watkins Glen saw Craig podiumless when the opportunities were there. What was worse, however, was that he finished behind the newly-formed Scottish National Party car driven by his now-ex team mate.

Season 21: Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3

Season G4: 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series Season

Special Events

Overview

SE35: Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 6/6
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 7th
SE36: MmmKei
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 5th
SE40: Cruddy Comes to Corby
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result DSQ
SE41: Bon Anniversaire! Classique
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Team Japan Goteki House
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 3rd
SE42: Bon Quatrième Anniversaire!
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 16th (11th)
SE43: Realish Racing RaceRoom Racing Experience
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 2/2
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 7th
SE47: GEARS World Cup
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 2/2
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 11th
SE48: Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 7/7
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 9th
SE49: Formula MEME
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Drivers France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 4/4
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 13th
SE52: Bon Anniversaire! Cinq
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 1/1
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result D/C
SE53: Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle
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Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 6/6
Wins 0
Podiums 1
Result 8th
SE54: Realish Revival
Team France Eiffel Power Motorsports
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 16th
SE55: De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee
Drivers United Kingdom Craig Woollard
Races Entered 3/3
Wins 0
Podiums 0
Result 8th

SE35: Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto

Craig doesn't remember much except for basically dying and rolling over in qualifying. He did pick up his first PC points and podium however.

SE36: MmmKei

Craig made his first console special event appearance at MmmKei. After a catastrophic set-up error, he came away with fifth overall and a podium at Matterhorn's tricky Rotenboden layout. It was the first time he appeared on track with PJ as rivals, not team mates.

SE40: Cruddy Comes to Corby

Craig was disqualified. Yeah.

SE41: Bon Anniversaire! Classique

In the final competitive GT6 race, and Craig's final race for Goteki, he was able to secure a podium after Pwoodg went off in the closing stages. In a race with very changeable conditions, he was able to work the weather better than some others.

SE42: Bon Quatrième Anniversaire!

However, the main BA! event did not go according to plan at all. An early collision with JoeSpeed gave Craig the 'red spanner of death' and from there on, a lack of straight line speed saw Craig run at a very uncompetitive pace at the back.

SE43: Realish Racing RaceRoom Racing Experience

Craig was off the pace by quite some way here.

SE45: Realish Racing Touring Car Championship Classic

Crashed.

SE47: GEARS World Cup

In the first foray onto Reiza's Stock Car Extreme, Craig formed one-third of Eiffel's three-car assault on the famous Macau circuit. However, for Woollard, things did not go brilliantly. He crashed out of one race Vanthoor-style, and didn't perform brilliantly in the other.

SE48: Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings

Part of this event was a little bit patchy, but apparently Craig was often winning the 'Heavy Hitter' bonus points, and even beat Lemming77 to be Demolition Derby Overlord. Fuck knows what happened in the Lawn Mower Derby though.

SE49: Formula MEME

In a livery brilliantly designed by TommyWTF1, Craig was unable to deliver any real result, citing his inexperience with SCE and his wheel as his 'excuses'. He qualified poorly at the less-shit ye olde Jacarepagua, having thought that it was only a practice session, and managed to crash at least once in each of the four races. He did, however, come home just outside of the ye olde points at the hardcore Oesterrichring.

SE52: Bon Anniversaire! Cinq

Craig had no pace, got passed by GT cars and then disconnected. Not his finest hour.

SE53: Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle

There was crashing. There was rum. There was Quiplash 2 afterwards. There was a podium despite not completing a single lap.

SE54: Realish Revival

Fire. Fire everywhere. The Alpine was shit though. Because France.

SE55: De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee

It was moist. The Badge of Shame happened.

SE56: Coppa di Corsa Formula Italiana

SE57: Cruddy Six

SE58: Berlingo Bingo

SE59: Bon Anniversaire! Six

Rivalries

Bookoi

Craig's first major on-track rival was the vastly-experienced Bookoi. The two first met on track on the final corner at the crappy Silverstone Stowe Circuit, where Craig took the POWA driver out. Things improved from then on though, and the two fought hard but fair through the remainder of Green Turismo and in the Chevrolet Corvette Heritage Trophy with the odd bout from time to time on the PC too.

PJ

The first person you must beat is your team mate. Whilst Craig and PJ worked hard together in an attempt to achieve the best result for Goteki House as possible, the two tried to beat each other as often as possible. It was clear who was quicker in Green Turismo and in the Mega GT World Tour, but by the end of their partnership and in the Corvettes Craig had the upper hand. In their last race as team mates and rivals, Craig finished ahead of PJ.

Lin1876

As part of the epic Kaibutsu/Eiffel rivalry, Lin and Craig end up wheel-to-wheel more often than not. The two usually are incredibly close in qualifying, and usually lined up alongside each other in the V8 Australicars series and on occasion in the British Sports Prototype Cup. This rivalry is very much ongoing.

tonyandmargaret

Then team mates, Craig and Neil met on-track in the latter's début race at Brands Hatch, with Craig just finishing ahead of Neil. Since then, the two have been incredibly close on track, although Neil had a clear advantage over one lap. After Neil set off to form his own stupid, inferior team, the rivalry is more intense than ever.

ArcticCareBear

Another rivalry from Gran Turismo is Craig's rivalry with ArticCareBear. The two fought for the runner-up spot in the Mega GT World Tour, and with CareBear finally moving over to the PC side, the two agreed to team up. The rivalry is more prominent on club nights at the moment, but keep an eye out on this one in 2016 and beyond.

Non-Realish Career

At the end of 2016, Woollard signed up to [simracing.club simracing.club]'s Virtual Le Mans series, alongside RlyR stalwarts pyjames91, Lin1876 and Mike Bell.

Complete Results

Series & Championships

Qualifying Results

Not all Realish Racing events feature qualifying.

For Season 15, each round featured a different vehicle. The following vehicles were used in order:

  • Corvette Convertible '54
  • Corvette Coupe '63
  • Corvette Stingray Convertible '69
  • Corvette GRAND SPORT '96
  • Corvette Z06 '04
  • Corvette ZR1 LM Race Car '09
  • Corvette Stingray '14
Season Series Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 14 Green Turismo NUR RBR SIL APR RME DFR BRH
Japan Goteki House Japan Honda CR-Z Touring Car 5 7 8 5 6 9 5
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 15 Chevrolet Corvette Heritage Trophy CAP ATM SS5 GVS WLO MZA WLO SPA
Japan Goteki House United States of America Various Corvettes 2 3 6 2 3* 6 3 3
RaceProLogo.png PC-3 International Masters of Formula R 2.0 ALG EST MAG VAR NUR AMR OKA CUR
United Kingdom Argosport Italy Tatuus N.T07-Honda 17 17
RaceProLogo.png G2 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series BAT SEP KYA INT MOS NUR
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom Aston Martin DBRS9 10 12 10
RaceProLogo.png PC-4 V8 Australicars HIV SMP
Q1
SMP
Q2
BAT ADE
Q1
ADE
Q2
ABP BRG CTA SFP
Q1
SFP
Q2
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Australia Ford Falcon FG2 13 16 13 14 18 D/C 12 13 12 9
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 16 Mega GT World Tour FUJ BAT TOK SUZ BRH HSR TRM
Japan Goteki House Japan 2012 Honda HSV GT500 4 2 2 1 2 4 1
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 17 Lotus Elise Anniversary Series BRH NUR TSK MAT MNZ SIL MID
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom 1996 Lotus Elise Race Car 2 5 2 8 1 9
RaceProLogo.png PC-5 British Sports Prototype Cup DON CMB OUL MND CAD KNO ROC BRA
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom Radical SR4 190 19 18 12 13 10 9 11
Stock Car Extreme logo.png G3 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series ABU BAT SUZ ARA SPA SEB MEX INT
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Germany Porsche 997 GT3 16 12 11 12 12 10
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 19 Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres CAM JAC BUE CAS MON LON SAL INT
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Brazil Peugeot 408 V8 21 16 9 9 8 9 8 10
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 20 CruddyCar World Series STP ALA POC LBH ATL PHX MDO SJE CHA WGL
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America Swift 009c 11 11 8 6 6 8 5 8 2 7
Automobilista logo.png 21 Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3 MUG PAU VIR GOI PUK OKA NUR BRA
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Germany BMW 3 Series F30 13 15 18 14 15 11 9 8
Automobilista logo.png G4 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series SIL MON RED MAG SPA ALG
France Eiffel Power Motorsports France Renault RS01 11 10
Automobilista logo.png 22 Nihon Tour Classic AUT TSU MOT OKA SUG SUZ LAG FUJ
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Japan/United States of America Toyota Celica GTO

Notes:

Race Results

Season Series Team Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Class Pos. Class Points Ovrl Pos. Ovrl Points
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 14 Green Turismo NUR
Fea
NUR
Spr
RBR
Fea
RBR
Spr
SIL
Fea
SIL
Spr
APR
Fea
APR
Spr
RME
Fea
RME
Spr
DFR
Fea
DFR
Spr
BRH
Fea
BRH
Spr
2nd 113 (115) 5th 113 (115)
Japan Goteki House R 5 (11) 4 4 7 5 6 4 5 7 (9) 8 3 6
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 15 Chevrolet Corvette Heritage Trophy CAP
Fea
CAP
Spr
ATM
Fea
ATM
Spr
SS5
Fea
SS5
Spr
GVS
Fea
GVS
Spr
MZA
Fea
MZA
Spr
WLO
Fea
WLO
Spr
SPA
Fea
SPA
Spr
3rd 175 (189)
Japan Goteki House 2 (7) 3 5 (6) 6 2 2 5 1 3 2 5 5
RaceProLogo.png PC-3 International Masters of Formula R 2.0 ALG
R1
ALG
R2
EST
R1
EST
R2
MAG
R1
MAG
R2
VAR
R1
VAR
R2
NUR
R1
NUR
R2
AMR
R1
AMR
B2
OKA
R1
OKA
R2
CUR
R1
CUR
R2
11th 0 30th 0
United Kingdom Argosport R 16 17 18 14
RaceProLogo.png G2 2014-15 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series BAT SEP KYA INT MOS NUR 7th 7 20th 3
France Eiffel Power Motorsports AM 10 (3) 12 (6) 9 (5)
RaceProLogo.png PC-4 V8 Australicars HIV
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15th 21
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 11 8 18 17 14 15 14 12 9 9 11 11
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 16 Mega GT World Tour FUJ
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2nd 138 (152)
Japan Goteki House (3) (6) 4 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 1 1
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png 17 Lotus Elise Anniversary Series BRH
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5th 126 (134)
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 4 4 5 4 5 3 7 7 3 4 (6) (6) 2 4 5 5 5 6
RaceProLogo.png PC-5 British Sports Prototype Cup DON
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13th 31
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 15 18 12 13 10 8 9 8 10 9 14 12 14 8
Stock Car Extreme logo.png G3 2016 GT Endurance Auto Racing Series ABU BAT SUZ ARA SPA SEB MEX INT 12th 18
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 13 13 11 10 5 8
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 19 Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres CAM
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14th 22
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 23 23 20 DNF 10 DNF 13 12 11 12 10 8 10
Dirt Rally Logo Black.png R1 Realish Rally Championship MON SWE FIN GER GRE WAL 9th 15
France Eiffel Power Motorsports DNF 12 7 9 DNF 9
Stock Car Extreme logo.png 20 CruddyCar World Series STP ALA POC LBH ATL PHX MDO SJE CHA WGL 8th 53
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 10 10 5 5 DNF 5 D/C 6 5 5
Automobilista logo.png 21 Realish Racing Touring Car Championship 3 MUG
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18th 12
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 21 12 17 13 DNF 14 15 16 13 12 14 DNF 7 11 11 13
Automobilista logo.png G4 2017 Grand Endurance Auto Racing Series SIL MON RED MAG SPA ALG
France Eiffel Power Motorsports 12 8
Automobilista logo.png 22 Nihon Tour Classic AUT
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France Eiffel Power Motorsports

Results Key
Bold - Pole Position
Italics - Fastest Lap
(Brackets) - Dropped Scores
* Season in Progress

Notes

  • Races in bold have double or triple points awarded.
  • The final round of the Hyper Brazilian Tourismo Mestres was scheduled for 36 laps, but the race was abandoned before 75% distance was reached. Half points (i.e. normal points as it was scheduled as a double points race) were awarded.

Special Events

Special Event Team Car Q 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pos Points
RaceProLogo.png SE35 Kimster's Grotty Crashmas Grotto MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL 7th 2100
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Sweden Volvo 850 11 9 3 4 13 7 13
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png SE36 MmmKei MAD MAD MRO AUR 5th 24
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Japan Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) '95 7 6 3 5
RaceProLogo.png SE40 Cruddy Comes to Corby ROC ROC
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom Lola B02/00-Ford 16 DSQ
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png SE41 Bon Anniversaire! Classique SAR SAR
Japan Goteki House Germany Sauber C9-Mercedes '89 4 3
RaceProLogo.png SE42 Bon Quatrième Anniversaire! SAR SAR
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America HPD ARX-03b 13 (8) 16 (11)
Raceroom racing experience logo.png SE43 Realish Racing RaceRoom Racing Experience RRR RRR ALG ALG 7th 5
France Eiffel Power Motorsports France Canhard R52
United States of America Saleen S7-R GT1
7 7 9 6
RaceProLogo.png SE45 Realish Racing Touring Car Championship Classic CRO CRO
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom #98 John Cleland Vauxhall Vectra 9 DNF
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE47 GEARS World Cup MAC MAC MAC 11th 5
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom Ginetta G55 12 DNF 8
Next car game wreckfest logo.png SE48 Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings - Banger Racing TA1 SA1 STA GR1 SP2 SA2 SP1 9th 2000
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America American Muscle 2 6 8 8 9 6 11 8
Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings - Destruction Derby STA MUD SPE 1st 2
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America American Muscle 2 1 8 10
Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings - Lawn Mower Derby LAW
France Eiffel Power Motorsports Finland Lawn Mower 4
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE49 Formula MEME JAC JAC IMO MON OST 13th 0
France Eiffel Power Motorsports France Eiffel P00-Renault 20 DNF 15 11 7
Stock Car Extreme logo.png SE52 Bon Anniversaire! Cinq SAR SAR
France Eiffel Power Motorsports France Oreca R-One 9 D/C
Next car game wreckfest logo.png SE53 Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle - Banger Racing MI3 GR1 TA2 FI8 MI1 SA3 8th* 1797*
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America American 2 14 9 2 6 11 11
Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle - Destruction Derby STA SST SPE LAW 7th 0
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America American 2 7 12 6 DNP
Merry Crashmas 6: Rudolph's Raffle - School Bus Derby MUD
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America School Bus 13
Automobilista logo.png SE54 Realish Revival GOO GOO GOO GOO 16th 0
France Eiffel Power Motorsports France Alpine A110 16 13 15 15
RFactor2 Logo.png SE55 De Nederlandse Regen Meester Trofee ZAN ZAN ZAN ZAN 8th 15
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United Kingdom Williams JPH-1 10 DNF 4 8
Automobilista logo.png SE56 Coppa di Corsa Formula Italiana IMO IMO IMO 10th 0
France Equipe Eiffel France Eiffel-Matra MS120E-Ford 10 9 10
Automobilista logo.png SE57 Cruddy Six IND IND
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America Penske PC-27 8 12
Automobilista logo.png SE58 Berlingo Bingo MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL MUL DSQ DSQ
France Eiffel Power Motorsports France Citroen Berlingo DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ DSQ
Automobilista logo.png SE59 Bon Anniversaire! Six INT INT
France Eiffel Power Motorsports United States of America Chevrolet Corvette C7.R GTE
  • * The sixth Crashmas used a raffle points system, in addition to having points deducted whenever tonyandmargaret led a lap. Because reasons.

Non-RlyR Championship Results

The following results are not applied to Craig's Realish Racing career.

Note that the Mario Kart Society used a football-style points system of three points for a victory, one for a draw and zero for a loss. 'Races' consisted for four races, and having more points than your opponent gave you a 1-0 victory. With four victories from four races, you achieved a 3-0 win. Draws resulted in a score of 1-1. Not showing up was an instant 3-0 loss.

The Mario Kart Cup was a knock-out tournament. Craig finished in the play-offs but missed out after a poor race at Baby Park. Stupid Baby Park.

Year Game Series Car Races Wins Podiums Poles Points Pos
2012-13 MKDD UoE Mario Kart Society Premier League To Be Confirmed Toad Kart/Barrel Train 18 9 N/A N/A 30 7th
2013 MKDD UoE Mario Kart Society Cup To Be Confirmed Barrel Train 4 N/A N/A N/A N/A 6th
2014 Gran Turismo 6 logo.png World Endurance Championship - LMP Class France Peugeot 908 HDi FAP Base Model '10 17/19 5 12 4 611 2nd
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png GT3 Championship Japan Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 Base Model '13/Team RJN '13 24/36 1 6 1 284 4th
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png BTCC Championship United States of America Ford Focus ST '13 (Race Mod) 14/15 0 5 0 153 4th
2015 Gran Turismo 6 logo.png World Endurance Championship LMP France Peugeot 908 HDi FAP Base Model '10 4/19 0 3 0 50 5th
Gran Turismo 6 logo.png WEC LMP2 Polyphony Digital Mazda LM55 Vision Gran Turismo 2/8 2 2 1 53 3rd
Series Season Team Co-Drivers Car No. Class Vehicle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Position Points
SimRacing.club Virtual Le Mans Series 2016-17 France
RIC
Canada
MON
United States of America
ATL
United States of America
SEB
Italy
IMO
Portugal
EST
Austria
RED
France
LEM
RlyR Realish Racing Team United Kingdom Mike Bell
Germany Björn Golda
United Kingdom James Price-Harper
Scotland Campbell Wallis
199 GTE Italy Ferrari 458 Italia GTE DNP ovr:18
cls:6
ovr:DNF
cls:DNF
ovr:21
cls:8
ovr:24*
cls:8*
ovr:DNF
cls:DNF
ovr:15
cls:3
ovr:DNF**
cls:DNF**
SimRacing.club Virtual Le Mans Series 2016-17 United States of America
IND
Japan
FUJ
Turkey
IST
Japan
SUZ
Brazil
INT
United States of America
SEB
United Kingdom
SIL
France
LEM
RlyR Realish Racing Team GTE
  • * Race split into two parts due to server issues. Was 17th overall and fourth in class at the time of the server disconnect.
  • ** Race abandoned early due to multiple server issues.

Achievements

Fool's Gold - this driver is a Really Rubbish Racing Pleb Club Very Exclusive member.
Your Radiator's Blowin'! - this driver won the Merry Crashmas: Five Gold Rings Demolition Derby title
Mega Team - this driver was on the Mega GT World Tour's Championship-winning team
First Steps - this driver has entered their first race Learner Driver - this driver has entered 5 races Newbie - this driver has entered 10 races Rookie - this driver has entered 25 races Amateur - this driver has entered 50 races Semi-Pro - this driver has entered their 100th race!
What a Panis - this driver has won a race Heeeere's Johnny! (Herbert) - this driver has won 3 races
Post-race press conference - this driver has reached the podium 3rd time's a charm - this driver has scored 3 podium finishes 5-up - this driver has scored 5 podium finishes Could get used to this - this driver has scored 10 podium finishes In front of the crowd - this driver has scored 25 podium finishes
Pole Position - this driver has scored a pole position
IRL - this driver has met another Really Rubbish Racer in real life. Whipped... - this driver has been beaten by a girl. Sutton-esque - this driver has uploaded race photos to 20 different race event pages
Badge of Shame
Dedicated Follower of Fashion - this driver displays their Really Rubbish Racing fandom on their chest, having bought an official T-Shirt.