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.
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (September 1, 2021) – CrowdStrike Racing returned to SRO Motorsports America sports car competition in full at Road America over the weekend with entries in two categories. The three-day event marked the beginning of the second half for SRO America’s season, and it featured a heavy CrowdStrike feel with an additional level of sponsorship.
As Official Internet and Cloud Security Partner of SRO Motorsports America, CrowdStrike uses its presence in racing to showcase its suite of cybersecurity tools to not just those within the paddock and inside race circuits like Road America but also on a global platform with televised events on CBS Sports Network and streamed live on SRO Motorsports’ YouTube channel. Read more.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (August 26, 2021) – CrowdStrike and CrowdStrike Racing will return from the SRO Motorsports America summer break in a big way as the series heads to Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., this weekend for a three-day festival of speed.
Speed is doubly important in everything CrowdStrike does. As one of the world’s foremost cybersecurity providers, CrowdStrike prides itself in not only speedy responses to breaches but also quickly developing protective measures and tools.
At racetracks like Wisconsin’s Road America – and others on the SRO Motorsports America schedule – speed obviously is the name of the game. Drivers must be quick on track, engineers must rapidly develop race strategies and pit crews must execute pit stops and make needed repairs and adjustments in lightning-fast times.
Those qualities will be on full display throughout the Road America event with DXDT Racing, which will feature a strong brand presence from CrowdStrike. Read more.
It's my sophomore season as a pro race car driver with CrowdStrike Racing, AWS, & DXDT. TC America put together a spotlight video highlighting a little about my history moving from amateur to pro and my plans for 2021.
ALTON, Va. (June 8, 2021) – Learning is a never-ending process, no matter the field. It is an action that forms the basis of everything CrowdStrike does in the business world… and on the racetrack.
The SRO Motorsports America weekend at Virginia International Raceway provided CrowdStrike Racing with multiple opportunities for continued learning. While the weekend results for the four CrowdStrike Racing entries didn’t meet expectations, the long-range results will be what counts at the end of the season if the program can remain in championship conditions. Read more.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (June 1, 2021) – CrowdStrike Racing heads back to Virginia International Raceway this weekend, eager to recreate the same race-winning magic that led to its first victory in SRO Motorsports America a year ago. It marked the beginning of a run that saw CrowdStrike Racing entries win nine times in SRO competition. Read more.
From 3 to 4 to 3 to 2 to 3 to 2 to 1!
That's how many positions I went through in the first lap at the second 2021 TC America race at Circuit of the Americas. Watch the full lap to see all the action.
Circuit of the Americas threw a lot at DXDT Racing during a jam-packed weekend that included six races, three different SRO America race series, and two entirely different weather conditions. But the Statesville, N.C.-based team specialized in recovery and success with class wins in both GT World Challenge America and TC America, and fightback efforts in GT America over the course of the weekend!
Episode 02 // Teamwork. We "Win as One" - as one Team. It takes a crew of mechanics, engineers, managers, business partners and drivers to turn a team effort into success. From our GT World Challenge race weekend at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin: Take a closer look at how race team operations are so similar to CrowdStrike's values, whether it's on-track competition or in cybersecurity.
Featuring George Kurtz, Colin Braun, CJ Moses and Kevin Boehm with DXDT Racing. Video by Eyenovation. Learn more at crowdstrikeracing.com.
I was able to share my story with PRI and it was published in the May 2021 edition of PRI Magazine. Read all about it here.
AUSTIN, Texas (May 5, 2021) – Teamwork was the name of the game for CrowdStrike Racing at Circuit of The Americas, site of SRO Motorsports America’s second event for 2021. A series of challenges over the racing weekend gave way to a complete team effort that provided more memorable results – and victories – for CrowdStrike. Read more.
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (April 27, 2021) – Following a highly successful opening to the 2021 SRO Motorsports America campaign at Sonoma Raceway, CrowdStrike Racing will continue its early-season championship push at the next venue on its calendar: Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas.
Teamwork will be the key to success for CrowdStrike’s racers at the 3.4-mile, 20-turn road course that has played host to many of the world’s top sporting events – including SRO and Formula One, among others. A new level of collaboration with DXDT Racing, the technical insight from Amazon Web Services and continued contributions from Operation Motorsport give CrowdStrike a combination that has proven that it can “Win As One”. Read more.
The new season of SRO America began this March at Sonoma Raceway, and sports car racing team DXDT closed out the opening event with six podiums and four wins between the GT World Challenge America, GT America, and TC America series. The Sonoma double header for each series was the first for DXDT’s expanded team, running four Mercedes AMG GT3 cars and a Honda Performance Development Civic Type R. The new squad kicked off the new year on a high-note, quickly establishing themselves as championship contenders in all three series.
On the racetrack, our adversaries become our friends after the checkered flag waves. But in cybersecurity, adversaries are a constant and global threat.
In both racing and cybersecurity, teamwork, winning, and speed are crucial for success.
Hear more about on- and off-track adversaries from CrowdStrike CEO and co-founder and CrowdStrike Racing driver George Kurtz as he prepared for his series of victories at the opening rounds of the Fanatec GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS season from Sonoma Raceway. Filmed safely in March 2021.
Learn more about CrowdStrike Racing: https://crowdstrikeracing.com
Read more about the winning race weekend at CrowdStrikeRacing.com.
Tips, tricks, wins, and learnings. Go behind-the-scenes at the race shop and the track with Boehm Racing.