I am 41 years old and live in the UK (timezone GMT).
I only use a PC, not consoles, and have been interested in good racing games since getting my first PC the early 90s; long enough to remember life before Geoff Crammond's brilliant Microprose Grand Prix (1992). Currently the only racing game I play regularly is GTA 5 & Online (username -Ibex-). Although I still enjoy Revolt (1999) occasionally.
I discovered Nonchalant Dominance after watching Broughy1322's racing videos on YouTube. Before getting my first 'smart' TV I rarely watched YouTube (or other web video services), having no interest in cat videos, pop videos or the other subjects which dominated in its early days. But in recent years I have found myself watching it frequently for a wide range of topics, in particular electronics, hacking, computer security & motorsport. And Broughy's videos of course. Indeed I have done what was for me unthinkable and recently started watching Broughy live on Twitch.
I have joined Nonchelant Dominance to find some good quality. The vast majority of players in GTA Online don't seem to know how to drive in a straight line and either seem to think they can take every corner on full throttle or that crashing into opponents is a legitimate method of deceleration.
Although I am very much a computing enthusiast, I am not a hardcore gamer.
I feel that I should also mention that my activities these days are significantly limited by lifelong illness/disability, which affects me not only physically but also my cognitive function & memory. (These days I am unable to participate as much on internet forums etc. as I would like, but that doesn't mean I have lost interest or left.)