INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 11, 2022) – CrowdStrike Racing celebrated another landmark season in SRO Motorsports America with its year-end event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
CrowdStrike Racing had a banner weekend, earning six wins and seven top-10 finishes on the weekend across seven races in three SRO America categories. The team also earned three Driver Championships for the 2022 campaign.
The weekend included a bevy of activation and hospitality activities from CrowdStrike, taking advantage of its position as Official Internet and Cloud Security Provider for SRO Motorsports, and culminated in Sunday night’s SRO America gala, where CrowdStrike Racing’s George Kurtz, CJ Moses and Kevin Boehm officially claimed their championship trophies for their respective series. 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.
Crazy First Lap at COTA - 2021
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.
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.
It's official: I am returning to the CrowdStrike Racing team and moving from the TCA class to the TC class of Touring Car America in 2021. This season, I will pilot the No. 9 CrowdStrike / AWS / DXDT Honda Performance Development Civic Type R TC in the full 14-round championship, made up of 40-minute races. Read more about it and the rest of our team's exciting plans at CrowdStrikeRacing.com.
Kevin Boehm of Boehm Racing was invited to debut the Honda Performance Development (HPD) Civic Type R TC at the January 17-19 SRO Motorsports America Winter Invitational event.
At the event, the race car was driven competitively all weekend to gather data, test durability, and showcase the tunability of the Type R TC.
Kevin Boehm of Boehm Racing won the 2019 Road Race Driver of the Year award from the Ohio Valley Region SCCA. This is his second year in a row winning the award and his third time overall.
"I really appreciate the award and the opportunities SCCA gives me and other drivers to do what we love," Boehm says. "Motorsports organizations like the SCCA give us the chance to pursue our dreams on track."
Boehm has been an SCCA member since 2013 and is a four-time SCCA National Championship winner. His most recent victory was in the 2019 SCCA STU class with his 2017 Honda Civic Type R Swapped Si Coupe.
My award-winning, Civic Type R Engine Swap race car was featured in the January 2020 edition of Super Street Magazine. Super Street is a Motor Trend publication focused on tuner / import vehicles. The article tells the origin story of the Type R Swap. Read all about it on the Super Street website.
For the fourth year in a row, I joined Team Honda Research West at the grueling 25 Hours of Thunderhill endurance race. We claimed a third-place finish in the E0 class with the no. 18 Honda Civic Type R. It was a difficult event, with incremental weather and fluctuating track conditions.
Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) posted their recap of the 2019 STU National Championship Runoffs event.
Kevin Boehm, of Marysville, Ohio, was the defending Super Touring® Under (STU) National Champion coming into this year’s Runoffs® at VIRginia International Raceway. And earlier this week, despite a small setback, he earned the Tire Rack Pole Award and led a 25-car field to the start.
While Boehm, driving the No. 90 HPD/Carbotech/Red Line Oil Honda Civic, bobbled a bit at the start of Saturday’s 15-lap race around VIR’s 18-turn, 3.27-mile circuit, he quickly recovered and marched away to a 25-second victory. This is Boehm’s second consecutive National Championship in the STU class, and fourth Championship overall.
“I think this is the first year everything went to plan,” said Boehm, who also set a new STU lap record during the race. “I expected Elivan to get a better start since his car is so light and so good. But then I went to work from there. This was an absolute perfect car for this track.”
Read the full article on the SCCA website.
Speed Sport magazine covered the 2019 SCCA National Championship Runoffs race and featured all of the event's winners. Read the article to learn about the champion of each class and see their feature on my win of the STU class.
2019 SCCA Runoffs Speed Sport Article
Noted motorsports magazine Speed Sport covered the pole results of the 2019 SCCA National Championship Runoffs, mentioning my Tire Rack Pole award win. To achieve this, I broke two minute barrier with the Type R Engine Swap, taking pole with 1:59:948. Read about it and other Runoffs pole winners in the article.
Checkered Flag at VIR
There are so many emotions that happen when winning a big race. It may not look like much here, but I was overwhelmed with joy, relief, thankfulness, and excitement all at the same time. Video shows two views of me crossing the finish line at the 2019 SCCA National Championship Runoffs, winning the STU national championship.
Close Call at VIR
Lap one of the 2019 SCCA National Championship race was not easy. The rear tires weren't warmed up, yet. Those who watched the race said it didn't look like much from the outside, but the in-car video shows how close I was to the edge.
To make a car fast on track, it needs to be easy to drive. That's because a car that's easy to drive at the limit allows you to spend more time getting the maximum out of the car. Video taken during the 2019 SCCA STU National Championship Race at Virginia International Raceway.
Tips, tricks, wins, and learnings. Go behind-the-scenes at the race shop and the track with Boehm Racing.