Craig Cook is an international Speedway Rider who was born in Whitehaven, Cumbria in the United Kingdom. He started racing in speedway in 2008 with his local club, the Workington Comets, after he switched from Motocross.
He won the National League Riders Championship in 2009 and then the Premier League Riders’ Championship in 2012. After a brief spell at Peterborough Panthers in 2010 he then moved to the Edinburgh Monarchs in the Premier League for the 2011 race season, he also joined The Belle Vue Aces in the same season. Craig continued to ride for the Edinburgh Monarchs until the end of the 2015 season, as the captain of the team.
Craig has also ridden in the World Speedway Grand Prix, with appearances in the 2014 and 2015 British Grand Prix. He represented his country as a member of the Great Britain team that finished fourth in 2014 Speedway World Cup.
The 2017 race season sees Craig continuing to ride for the Belle Vue Aces in the SGB Premiership as Captain and also returned to his first club the Workington Comets in the SGB Championship, also as Captain. Craig has also been given the honour of becoming Captain of the Great Britain team in the 2017 World Cup.
Premier League Champion 2014, 2015 (Edinburgh Monarchs)
Premier League KO Cup Winners 2014 (Edinburgh Monarchs)
Premier League Riders Champion 2012
Young Shield Champion 2009, 2010 (Workington Comets)
British Champion 2017