Driving Data for Success
Motorsports Technology Innovation and Community
Speed and accuracy are synonymous with racing. With wins and losses decided in fractions of seconds, there is no time to waste. The ability to monitor and capture real-time performance and convert that data into a winning strategy is every race teams wish.
Surgere is incubating and deploying IoT technologies designed especially for the racing industry.
The ability to understand the miles and wear and tear of parts in real time saves dollars and drives performance. At Surgere, our patented software and certified hardware helps race teams gain visibility into part genealogy: monitoring authenticity, mileage, usage, or consumption per part for race regulations.
Whether you are racing in Indy, IMSA, or Formula One, our 99.9% data accuracy will drive efficiency and better performance on the track.
Surgere is moving fast, disrupting the traditional idea of what technology can do to track, improve and refine the racing supply chain and move beyond weak links to winning strategies.
Parker Thompson was born in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, in 1998.
As a young child, Parker loved motocross, riverboat racing, and motorsports. His childhood interests eventually culminated and led to his passion for racing today.
At eight years old, Parker started his training at the Calgary Kart Racing Club in Strathmore, Alberta. By age 13, he was ranked 3rd in the world in ROTAX MAX karts. His distinguishable talent for racing led Parker to join the Energy Corse Racing Team in Italy, where he participated in kart racing for several years.
In 2015, Parker returned to North America to explore another passion of his: open-wheel and sports car racing. Since 2015, Parker has earned more than 30 wins and two championships, proving that no matter his career interests, he works hard to accomplish his goals. For Parker's 2022 season, he is focused on competing in the Carrera Cup North American series and becoming a champion yet again.
By age 13, Parker was ranked 3rd in the world for kart racing
Over 100,000+ students reached with his Drive to Stay Alive safe driving campaign
Recipient of Tilton Hard Charger Award 2019
Recipient of AiM Sports Move of the Year 2019
Recipient of Hi-Tide Spirit Award 2019
Bobby Rahal was born in Medina, Ohio, in 1953. Bobby started his racing career in the late 1970s in the SCCA's feeder series, which eventually led him to move on to the Formula Atlantic and the European Formula Two. His career in racing spanned a time of 18 years.
During this time, Bobby raced with teams such as F1, Can-Am, Le Mans/IMSA, and CART. He earned three CART championships, a win at the 1986 Indy 500, and victories at the 1981 24 Hours of Daytona and the 1987 12 Hours of Sebring endurance races. In total, Bobby accomplished 264 races for five different teams and took 18 poles and scored 24 wins. In 1998, Bobby retired from racing and returned to the U.S. as the interim boss of CART after having done professional work with the Jaguar Formula 1 team.
Bobby is a principal in Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and has overseen the organization's growth from a one-car organization to a multi-car, multi-discipline organization. Bobby operates the Bobby Rahal Automotive Group and is the President of the Road Racing Drivers Club, Chairman of the International Motor Racing Research Center Governing Council at Watkins Glen, and involved in his local community through the Bobby Rahal Foundation.
Charles Finelli was born in New York, New York, in 1963. Charles is a founder of FatBoy Racing Team along with former drivers Brendan Puderbach and Thom Reilly. Charles has continued his passion for racing as a driver for FatBoy Racing team today. Charles, Brendan, and Thom founded FatBoy Racing for the sole purpose of having fun in racing while trying their best.