ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (August 25, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing heads into the last two events of the SRO Motorsports America season fully in championship contention in three categories following their Road America race weekend.
The program collected three victories and three runner-up finishes around the spacious 4.048-mile, 14-turn road course north of Milwaukee. George Kurtz and CJ Moses each claimed victories in GT America Powered by AWS while Kevin Boehm continued his march toward the Touring Car championship in TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing School. Read more.
AUSTIN, Texas (August 18, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing’s full contingent of competitors will return to the racetrack in SRO Motorsports action this weekend at one of America’s great tracks – Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
Four CrowdStrike Racing drivers – George Kurtz, Colin Braun, Kevin Boehm and CJ Moses – will compete in three different cars across four SRO America categories during the three-day event at 4.048-mile, 14-turn Road America. Read more.
WATKINS GLEN, New York (July 27, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing put on another motorsports clinic in SRO Motorsports America competition with four victories in six races at Watkins Glen International.
Drivers George Kurtz, Colin Braun and Kevin Boehm each claimed at least one victory during the two days at The Glen. The results also cemented CrowdStrike Racing teams and drivers into the leads of their respective championships.
Kurtz, CrowdStrike co-founder and CEO, scored three victories on the weekend: an overall win Sunday alongside Braun in GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS, and a pair of pole positions and wins in GT America Powered by AWS. Each win came in separate but familiar No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG GT3s. Read more.
AUSTIN, Texas (July 21, 2022) – The CrowdStrike Racing program returns to action in SRO Motorsports America competition this weekend at Watkins Glen International, with CrowdStrike drivers leading the race to the championship in three different categories.
It’s the first SRO event for CrowdStrike Racing since a banner weekend at Virginia International Raceway a month ago, which saw five victories for CrowdStrike-branded entries, setting a very high bar as the program heads to New York State.
CrowdStrike Racing will compete in three SRO series at Watkins Glen:
Fanatec GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS: George Kurtz and Colin Braun in the No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG from CrowdStrike Racing by Riley Motorsports
GT America Powered by AWS: George in another No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG from CrowdStrike Racing by Riley Motorsports
TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing School: Kevin Boehm in the No. 9 CrowdStrike/AWS HPD Civic Type R TC from Skip Barber Racing School
CrowdStrike’s presence on the track mirrors its participation off it as the Official Cloud and Internet Security Provider of SRO. CrowdStrike is on the front line of protecting data and preventing security breaches, while also being on the starting line in many of SRO America’s racing categories – including the premier GT World Challenge America. The company’s powerful Falcon graphic is the dominant feature on all CrowdStrike Racing entries in SRO America competition. Read more.
ALTON, Virginia (June 24, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing enjoyed one of its best weekends in SRO Motorsports America with five victories in six races across three categories at Virginia International Raceway.
George Kurtz and Colin Braun won for the second time this year in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Powered by AWS in dramatic fashion Sunday, competing in their No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG GT3 from CrowdStrike Racing by Riley Motorsports.
Kurtz continued to momentum in GT America Powered by AWS, sweeping the weekend with another No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG GT3, giving him three wins in six races this season.
CrowdStrike Racing earned another sweep in Touring Car America Powered by Skip Barber Racing Schools thanks to two more wins for Kevin Boehm in the Touring Car category with his No. 9 CrowdStrike/AWS Honda Performance Development Civic Type R TC.
AUSTIN, Texas (June 17, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing’s full complement of race cars are together again this weekend at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) as things heat up for SRO Motorsports America at the start of the summer stretch.
For the first time this year, four CrowdStrike-branded entries will compete together on the same weekend, battling over three days at VIR’s fast and flowing 3.26-mile, 18-turn road course. This weekend continues the company’s participation in SRO America as a commercial sponsor. For the 2022 season, CrowdStrike is also continuing in its role as the Official Internet and Cloud Security Partner of SRO and GT World Challenge.
CrowdStrike – a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data – uses its participation in racing to market its tools to highly influential audiences both at-track and via global streaming broadcasts.
AVONDALE, Louisiana (May 26, 2022) – CrowdStrike and its CrowdStrike Racing team members came away as big victors near the Big Easy over the weekend, with a pair of victories to go along with two additional podium finishes as SRO Motorsports America visited NOLA Motorsports Park for the first time.
In the premier Fanatec GT World Challenge America Presented by AWS series, George Kurtz and Colin Braun took a victory and third-place finish in their No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG GT3 in a pair of 90-minute, two-driver races.
Kevin Boehm, driver of the No. 9 CrowdStrike/AWS Honda Performance Development TCR TC, matched those results in the Touring Car category of TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing.
Both entries left NOLA with championship leads in their respective categories, proving that CrowdStrike is a leader on and off the race track in SRO Motorsports America.
HPD Honda Civic Type R and 11th-Generation HPD Civic Si Earn Wins and Podiums at NOLA Motorsports Park
After victories at Sonoma last month, Honda continued its strong performance in the 2022 TC America Championship at NOLA Motorsports Park this weekend. Kevin Boehm and Mat Pombo piloted their HPD Honda Civic Type Rs to a 1-2 finish in the SRO TC class Saturday, with Carter Fartuch bringing the all-new 11th-generation Si to victory in the TCA class on Saturday, and a podium finish Sunday.
TC Honda Civic Type R
The third round of the SRO TC America powered by Skip Barber series started with Boehm on the TC class pole in his Skip Barber Racing School HPD Honda Civic Type R. More than half of the race was a battle between Boehm and Clay Williams—with Pombo close behind in the LA Honda World Racing Honda Civic Type R. However, mechanical issues ended Williams’ day, and Boehm went on to record his third victory of the series after winning both races at Sonoma.
Avondale, Louisiana - The #44 BMW M2 CS, Rooster Hall Racing with Colin Garrett at the wheel raced to the fastest lap time of 1:50.885 for the opening practice round of the TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing School at NOLA Motorsports Park. In overall standings, he was followed by #1 BMW M2 CS, Fast Track Racing driver Jason Ruud with the fastest lap time of 1:51.03. Rounding out the top three overall was #57 BMW M2 CS, Accelerating Performance piloted by Stephen Cugliari.
AUSTIN, Texas (May 19, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing is back in action this weekend in SRO Motorsports America competition with two championship-contending entries set to race at NOLA Motorsports Park, just outside of New Orleans, La.
George Kurtz, Colin Braun and Kevin Boehm are set for doubleheader duty in the second race weekend for both Fanatec GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS and TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing School. All three racers enter the weekend at or near the top of their respective championship points standings.
Kurtz – co-founder and CEO of CrowdStrike – and Braun will team for a pair of 90-minute, two-driver races in GT World Challenge America. The duo are set to drive the No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS Mercedes-AMG GT3 for CrowdStrike Racing by Riley Motorsports.
The race at NOLA replaces the previously scheduled event at Ozarks International Raceway. Read more.
SONOMA, Calif. (April 21, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing came up big on the first full weekend of SRO Motorsports America competition at Sonoma Raceway with victories on the track and celebrations off of it.
CrowdStrike – a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data – served as presenting sponsor of the weekend’s Fanatec GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS. The entire Sonoma Raceway facility was branded with CrowdStrike’s “Win as One” messaging, and allowed CrowdStrike to demonstrate its continued leadership in motorsport activation and promotion as SRO America returned to Sonoma.
AUSTIN, Texas (April 13, 2022) – CrowdStrike, a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data, will demonstrate its continued leadership in motorsport activation and promotion as SRO Motorsports America returns to Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway for its first full weekend of competition.
The Fanatec GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS event at Sonoma is presented by CrowdStrike, which participates as both a sponsor and competitive racing team in SRO events.
As the Official Internet and Cloud Security Partner of SRO and GT World Challenge, CrowdStrike is on the front line of protecting data and preventing security breaches, while also being on the starting line in many of SRO America’s racing categories – including the premier GT World Challenge America.
Kevin Boehm Adds Skip Barber Racing School Partnership to CrowdStrike/AWS Team for the 2022 TC America Season
COLUMBUS, Ohio. (Mar 02, 2022) – CrowdStrike/AWS driver and engineer Kevin Boehm and the Skip Barber Racing School are excited to announce a new team partnership for the 2022 TC America season that will strengthen the competitiveness of both parties.
Kevin Boehm was showing off his Honda Civic “R” at his auto workshop in rural Union County last week and said that this particular model was available to anybody, but to be sure, there are very few of them out there. The production numbers for this particular four-door were limited indeed.
Manufactured by Honda Performance Development, the Honda ‘R’ at Mr. Boehm’s shop is not exactly like one that you would find on a showroom floor. These particular cars are built and developed specifically to A. win, B. gather information to allow advancements to be made so the cars can go even faster, and C. win. Read more.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., (October 19, 2021) – The 2021 SRO America season concluded on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and DXDT Racing has finished the year with three additional podiums across the team’s three customer racing programs. Running in the Fanatec GT World Challenge America, GT America, and TC America championships, the six-car team has closed out 2021 with eight wins, 21 podiums, and 37 top-five finishes. Read more.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (Oct. 12, 2021) – CrowdStrike and CrowdStrike Racing are pulling out all the stops for the close of the SRO Motorsports America season and the 2021 finale at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course.
CrowdStrike Racing will be a force on the track with a full complement of racecars across three different SRO categories: Fanatec GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS, Pirelli GT America Powered by AWS and TC America Presented by Skip Barber Racing Schools.
The premier race of the weekend is the eight-hour round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge, bringing together the best manufacturers, drivers and teams for an endurance battle around the 2.439-mile, 14-turn road course inside the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
In addition, CrowdStrike’s robust activation program will ensure maximum exposure and awareness for the brand as it concludes another positive season as a stakeholder in SRO Motorsports America. Read more.
Kevin Boehm and the team behind the No. 9 Honda Civic Type R will be eager to end the season on a high note, following a weekend of highs and lows at Sebring International Raceway last week. Remarkably, Boehm had his first DNF of the season, where the engineer and race car driver have so far earned six podiums and an additional three top-five finishes so far this season. Boehm and DXDT currently stand third in the TC driver and team standings, and still mathematically in the 2021 battle for the championship titles. Read more.
Kevin Boehm’s performance of steady progression throughout the year continued at Sebring International Raceway, starting with him earning pole position in race one for TC America. He ran up front for the majority of race one until a competitor with a more advantageous setup managed to charge through the field from the rear to the front and take the win. In race two, Boehm started from fourth place, and climbed through the pack to race in first, but his race ended early after a damper broke, resulting in his first incomplete race of the season.
"Sebring was an up and down event for me. It started off strong in qualifying with pole position. I led a bunch of laps in race one and eventually fell to the second position, where we finished. I’m really happy with that result, especially since we have struggled in hot races in the past. Race two started off strong as well from fourth. We were leading by the end of the first lap and stayed there for a while, but got passed by a couple of cars. We were racey and had a good chance of moving forward at the end of the race. But we had a mechanical problem on the car and were unable to finish. We’re working on fixing that now and we’ll be ready for Indianapolis." Read more.
Saturday’s TC America Powered by Skip Barber Racing School qualifying session set the grid for the first of two races at Sebring International Raceway.
On a mission to make up points on the TC championship leader, the #9 Honda Civic Type-R of Kevin Boehm with DXDT Racing won pole in the TC class with a time of 2:23.593. Boehm will start alongside the #60 MINI JCW PRO TC of Derek Jones, whose lap time of 2:24.680 placed Jones second in class. Read more.
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – DXDT Racing has closed out a successful SRO America race weekend, earning one pole position and three podium finishes in the Fanatec GT World Challenge America powered by aws and TC America powered by Skip Barber Racing School.
Watkins Glen was a good fit for TC America racer Kevin Boehm, who produced two strong second-place finishes in the highly competitive double-header weekend. Engineered by Boehm himself, the No. 9 Honda Civic showed great improvement over the previous race weekend at Road America, carrying greater speeds and showing strong consistency with every lap. Read more.
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