A little more about us.

Several people have been messaging us on our Facebook page requesting that we’d show the people behind this project, as well as a little bio about each of us, written by us. As much as we’d like to show our faces, we cannot. However, we’d be more than happy to supply you with emojis, in replacement for our beautiful (and nerdy) faces.

Kyle

Kyle

Yo, the name is Kyle. As you can see, I’m the cool one out of the group, unlike the other fags. ;D
I’m the smarter one out of the entire group, which is totally the reason why emoji is wearing the glasses.
Johnathon

Johnathon

Salutations my good sirs.. and… women. My name is John and I’m the brains before the server architecture, alongside of the technicalities of the entire exploit all togther. Don’t let Kyle fool you, he’s a fag too. ;D

Jason

Jason

Hey guys my name is Jason and I’m the hilarious dude in the group. Although I don’t really contribute too much to coding, I do give more support and test all the web released we make.

How we started this website

Most stories have less than humble beginnings. Ours however, might happen to be the only exception when it comes to this. We didn’t have a bit of knowledge when we started this website – in fact it was all supposed to be a joke. Up until I went to college for cyber security, along with Kyle. Jason on the other hand went to college for computer programming, which really backed up the entire emphasis of the project itself. Although we didn’t really intend to create this website with any meaning at first, we found that this was something the Racing Rivals community really needed. So we got together, planned out an entire years worth of projects and began crackin’. Once we had the beta sorted out and everything got released to the public, we then found out how much of a demand there was for this hack to be released. We had to upgrade the servers we run our cloud-processes on, we had to recreate some of our less efficient code and we has to invest a LOT of time into making the website more efficient. Needless to say, it’s been one of the greatest tasks we’ve ever taken on – if anything it has given us new insight on what the security and coding world is like. Which if I may is is AWESOME. (If anybody is looking into getting in any of these majors, they’re amazing and I highly recommend it)