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Craig Williams: Meet Race Car Driver Joe Williams from The Ultimatum!

Apr 17, 2022 @ 5:09 EDT
Craig Williams: Meet Race Car Driver Joe Williams from The Ultimatum!

Craig Williams aka Joe Williams, the father of Rae Williams, is a professional racing car driver who has been in the same field for almost four decades. However, he has been working as a racing instructor for the last 14 years. When Jake and Rae met Craig on Netflix's The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On, Craig did nothing but question Jake as he had not approved of any of Rae's previous boyfriends. Let's get to know more about Craig Williams aka Joe Williams and if he likes Jake Cunningham.

The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On is Netflix's latest social experiment show, in which six couples on the verge of marriage must decide whether they want to stay with their present partner, start a new relationship, or go it alone. The show is produced by the same people that brought you Love Is Blind, and it has the same hosts, Nick and Vanessa Lachey.

The couples get to meet each other's friends and family as part of their experience on the Ultimatum. During the show, Jake Cunningham met Rae Williams' father, and he was subjected to a brief grilling.

Craig Williams was featured in episode 4 of the Netflix show as a dad who has a history of being harsh with his daughter's boyfriends. Rae informed Jake that her father rarely approves of the men she dated, and she took him to the racing track to watch her father, a professional race car driver, taking a lap. Let's know more about Rae's father, Craig Williams.

The Ultimatum: Meet Rae's Racing Car Driver Dad, Craig Williams aka Joe Williams!

Rae Williams (@rae.williams) brought her trial husband, Jake Cunningham (@itsjakecunningham), to her father in episode 4 of The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On. At a racing track, the two meet Rae's father, and it's not long before Rae's father begins inspecting Jake.

Rae's father was never really fond of any of her boyfriends, and Jake had the privilege of driving in Rae's father's racecar on the track.

Craig Williams, popularly known as Joe Williams has been racing cars in the United States and worldwide for almost forty years. He is based in California and has raced cars all over the world including in Japan, Canada, Alaska, and other countries.

Williams has worked as a stunt driver and a driving instructor in the past. Williams indicated briefly to Jake, a former Marine, on The Ultimatum that he works as a vendor for the Department of Defense, training individuals, though he wouldn't get too far into what he does for them.

Craig now appears to be a racing instructor rather than continuing to race himself. According to LinkedIn, he has 14 years of experience as a racing instructor.

During the show, when Jake and Rae met down with Craig Williams, there was no holding back when it came to asking Jake questions. Craig values Rae's opinion so much that he inquired about how Jake handled the toilet seat if Jake was better than Zay Wilson, and how she evaluated Jake in comparison to her previous boyfriends.

It's still unknown if Rae will dump Zay for the first person her father approves of. Rae informed Jake that she had broken up with Zay at the end of episode 8.

Even after she was a self-described psycho b&&&h for looking through his phone and exchanging contacts with another person at a bar, Jake stated he was still going to fix his relationship with April Marie.

The Ultimatum Marry or Move On: The End of Rae and Zay's Relationship!

Rae and Zay started the show together, but fans could sense their differences right away and predicted that it would be one of the most probable relationships to fail, and they were right.

Williams' trial marriage to Jake went well, and the two had evident chemistry, which caused Rae and Zay's relationship to fall apart. When Rae called it a night, Zay was upset and walked out, confirming her decision even further.

According to Insider, things got heated the night of the breakup, with Rae confessing to punching Zay. She said,

I’m very upset about that. I’m not proud of my behavior. I regret us shoving each other. I regret putting my hands on him. I punched him in the shoulder, and it didn’t leave a mark or anything. It didn’t injure him like that, but I shouldn’t have done it. Nobody should ever put their hands on someone else.

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