The TC America championship, run by SRO, runs in support of the GT World Challenge America powered by AWS. The eight event championship runs across North America with three touring car classes: TCR, TC, and TCA. Running a single driver format, each race is a 40 minute sprint with no driver changes or pit stops. Touring Car America is the most cost effective professional racing in North America with something for everyone.
Kevin Boehm (TCA)
No. 9 CrowdStrike/AWS/DXDT HPD Civic Si
Kevin Boehm of Boehm Racing is a four-time Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) National Champion with more than a decade of racing experience. After working his way up through amateur racing, he currently competes in the TC America series in the No. 9 CrowdStrike/AWS Turn-key Civic Si. He’s also raced in SCCA, IMSA, #GRIDLIFE, and NASA. Some of his favorite tracks include Nürburgring, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Mosport, and Virginia International Raceway.
When not at the track, Boehm works as a Senior Engineer and test driver at Honda Research and Development, Inc., which handles research design and product development for a wide array of Honda production vehicles.
CJ Moses (TCR)
No. 04 CrowdStrike/AWS/DXDT Racing HPD Type R TCR
CJ began racing in the Sports Car Club of America’s Regional club racing series in 2005 and quickly graduated to SCCA Nationals in 2007, racing touring cars. In his second season, CJ became the 2008 Divisional Champion. In 2010 and 2011, he took a short hiatus from driving and was the crew chief for the back-to-back SCCA National Championship Touring 2 team. CJ then went back to driving and his winning ways, claiming the 2012 and 2013 Divisional Championships and Driver of the Year Award.
CJ took the next step in 2014 and began competing in the SCCA Majors Series and successfully campaigned in the series with multiple wins and many podium finishes.
In 2019, CJ joined the CrowdStrike Racing Team, running select SRO GT4 America races resulting in several podium finishes. In 2020, CJ will continue with CrowdStrike Racing, sporting a Honda Civic Type R TCR in the SRO TC America series.
No. 17 Honda Civic Type-R
Olivia Askew is a 21 year old student at the University of Utah who is pursuing a degree in Mathematics. Aside from her studies, Olivia can often be found skiing at her home mountains, Alta and Snowbird, in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Before committing to full time University, she competed in Big Mountain Freeride Competitions all over the United States, Canada, and Europe. She started competing at the age of 12, and over her 8 year long career she has won numerous competitions and titles. In 2016 she was second at the Freeride Junior World Championships in Andorra and the next year she earned the title of 2017 Freeride Junior World Champion. She then went on to compete in the Adult Freeride World Qualifying Tour with the hopes of pursuing professional skiing, but just came shy after injuring her knee. This inspired her to take some time off, become passionate about her studies, and has opened up some time for her to explore the world of auto sports and racing. With the encouragement of her father, who is driving the #63 AMG GT3 in the GT World Challenge, she is beginning her first season in TCR America and driving the #29 Honda TCR.