2020 SRO TC America
The TC America Series is a touring car racing series based in the United States. It is managed by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation and sanctioned by the United States Auto Club. It offers an entry-level to top-tier level of Touring Car racing with marques like Honda, Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Mazda, Subaru, Mini and Alfa Romeo. All TC cars are based on showroom-stock counterparts, similar to the car in your garage, but each class offers increasing levels of modifications for speed and performance. The performance of all cars is regulated (Balance of Performance, or “BoP”) to make the cars as equal as possible and prevent one manufacturer from becoming dominant in the class.
Each class races at the same time in a TC America Series Race:
TCA Class Cars: An affordable, ready-to-go racecar based on its showroom counterpart, plus modifications like a roll cage, race suspension, brakes and electronics.
TC Class Cars: These cars have more power than the TCA class and feature some components from the faster TCR class.
TCR Class Cars: The top level of TC racing, with special bodywork, higher-end racing modifications, and components to make the most competitive cars in the series.
In 2020, CJ Moses pilots the race-winning and championship challenging CrowdStrike Racing Honda Performance Development (HPD) Civic Type R TCR with DXDT Racing, the same team he competed with in the TC America TCA class. The step up to the faster TCR ranks is a great challenge that Moses will look to accomplish. This year, data analyst and successful racer Kevin Boehm joined the CrowdsStrike Racing efforts, competing in the HPD Civic Si in the TCA category. A well-known name in the Honda racing world, Boehm’s keen research and development skills are respected and valuable for the entire racing program. Both drivers have been successful in their past racing endeavors, and the move to the competitive TC America class under DXDT Racing serves to further their passion for the spirit of racing.