Summer Break is Over: DXDT Racing Expects Strong Weekend at Road America

24 August 2021 TCAM

STATESVILLE, N.C. - The mid-summer season break is officially over for all SRO America series, and this weekend, the three championships head to Road America for a weekend of action-packed racing. DXDT Racing is back in full force with their five-car operation, ready to continue the championship fights into the second half of the season. Three doubleheaders and one standalone event remain, turning up the heat on every lap remaining for the rest of the 2021 championships.  

A fan-favorite circuit for teams, drivers, and fans, the entire event will be filled with family fun activities as well as non-stop racing action. Beginning on Thursday at 5:00 PM CT, a parade of GT cars will leave Road America and head to downtown Elkhart Lake for the official Welcome Party at Siebkens Resort, open to all. Fans will be able to mingle with drivers and teams as they admire each of the race cars parked on display, also enjoying local food and live entertainment. 

Continuing the fan activation at the event, the team will hold a garage tour, open to the public, on Sunday, August 19 at 10:00 AM, allowing fans to meet some of the drivers and get an up-close look into the successful operation.

DXDT’s success at Road America covers not just the GT racing programs, but the TC America championship as well. In 2020, Kevin Boehm swept the TCA class, winning all three races, giving him a strong boost for the remainder of the season. This year, he has advanced up to the TC class, racing the No. 9 CrowdStrike/DXDT Honda Performance Development Civic Type R TC. Also an engineer, Boehm is one of the few drivers in the paddock to also engineer his own car each race weekend. Race one and two of TC America can be streamed live on youtube.com/gtworld on Saturday, August 28 at 5:10 PM and Sunday, August 29 at 12:05 PM CT.

Kevin Boehm: #9 Civic Type R TC

Our first season in Touring Car really took off at Road America a year ago. The championship was competitive in 2020, and this year’s TC category is even tougher. There are so many good drivers and good cars that can win any week. Having a long break since VIR has provided some time to do a deeper dive into making the CrowdStrike/AWS/DXDT Honda better for the remaining rounds. I’m confident heading to Road America.