North Loop Motorsports Signs Cox for October Rush

— One of the top GP2 racing teams in the country has signed Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox to a two-race contract to compete in the World Racing League’s 6th annual October Rush 8-hour endurance sports car races on October 19-20 at Tulsa’s Hallett Motor Racing Circuit.  The Minneapolis-based North Loop Motorsports BMW team has already posted four wins and five podium finishes in 2019 and remains in the hunt for the GP2 crown as well as the WRL national championship. Cox joins team principal Chris Davis and drivers C. J. Harayda and Chad Baures to round out the four-driver Read More

4th Place Finish for Stephen Cox at Midvale Speedway

Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox returned to Ohio’s Midvale Speedway for the first time in two years on Saturday night. In his first outing with a new car, new team and a new pit crew, the STA-BIL Brand Fuel Stabilizer #21 was able to run solidly in the top five all night. The Super Cup Stock Car Series made its annual visit to Midvale on August 10th, holding two 50-lap headline events. Crew chief Ben Ebeling and mechanic Dylan Mays wrenched on the car throughout practice and Cox, Midvale’s former track record holder, was able to nail down the fourth Read More

Return to Midvale for Former Track Record Holder Stephen Cox

When the green flag drops on the “My Water Doctor Night at the Races” this Saturday evening at Ohio’s Midvale Speedway, Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox will be looking for his second win at the facility. The final Northern Division round of the Super Cup Stock Car Series features twin 50-lap main events to be recorded for broadcast on the MavTV television network. Cox’s most recent start at the track came in June 2017. He jumped into his teammate’s car after Cox’s primary machine was sidelined with a broken rear end, starting dead last in the field and charging to Read More

Stephen Cox Knocked Out of Pro-4 Jim Darlington Memorial Race

Manchester, New Hampshire – Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox was running in fifth position halfway through Sunday’s 35-lap Pro-4 Modified Series Jim Darlington Memorial when he was caught up in a multi-car incident that ended his day.  Driving for veteran team owner Dan Meservey, Sr., this was Cox’s first time behind the wheel of a Pro-4 modified and his first time at New Hampshire’s Hudson International Speedway. After finishing fourth in the qualifying race, Cox started the main event inside Row 3.  “I missed a shift on the start, which was totally my fault,” Cox said. “That dropped me eight Read More

Cox Returns to Modified Racing After Two Decade Absence

. A new face will join the the Pro-4 Modified Series at New Hampshire’s Hudson International Speedway on July 21st for the Jim Darlington Memorial when Indianapolis racer Stephen Cox attempts to qualify for the event. The Hoosier veteran will wheel the black 104+ Performance Octane Boost #21 modified of long time team owner Dan Meservey, Sr. on Hudson’s 12-degree banking. The Pro-4 Modified organization opened competition in 1978 and has since become New England’s premier touring series for four-cylinder, lightweight open wheel cars. Hudson International Speedway’s quarter-mile bullring opened in 1946 Cox’s last win in open wheel modifieds came Read More

Cox and WMRacing Charge From Back of Pack to Podium Finish

. Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox scored the 66th podium of his career last weekend when his team came from ten laps down to finish third in the Champcar Endurance Series Class A event at NCM Motorsports Park in Kentucky. Plagued with fuel line problems during the opening laps of Saturday’s 8-hour sports car event, the STA-BIL Fuel Stabilizer/104+ Performance/WMRacing Mazda MX-5 was the fastest car in the Class A field although it appeared to drop out of contention early in the race. “Justin Ford laid down some great laps in the first two hours but had to make three unscheduled Read More

Cox Picked Up By WMR 11 Days Prior to Race

. From Global Media (Photos by Erin Castellaw and Nelson Skinner) – Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox has landed a new ride after his original team withdrew their entry from next week’s TireRack.com Champcar Enduro at NCM Motorsports Park in Kentucky. Just hours later Cox had a verbal agreement on a two-race deal with WMRacing that was finalized yesterday. WMRacing is an experienced Pro-Am sportscar team near Nashville, TN specializing in endurance races and Trans-Am competition. Their aero-converted 104+ Octane Boost #755 Mazda MX-5 is fresh off an endurance racing class win at Road Atlanta. The team also recently scored Read More

Cox to Race With Tallahassee’s Momo Champ Team in June

For immediate release May 13, 2019 Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox will return to road racing next month as part of the Momo Champ sportscar endurance racing team. With support from STA-BIL Brand Fuel Stabilizer and 104+ Octane Boost, the two-race agreement puts Cox behind the wheel at NCM Motorsports Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky on June 14-16. Cox, a former GT Challenge Series champion and current track record holder at Gingerman Raceway, is making his first appearance at NCM’s 3.2-mile, 23-turn road course. It is also his first race with the TireRack.com Champcar Endurance Series after scoring three wins Read More

Cox Parts Ways With C7R Motorsports

. After three years, Indianapolis racing driver Stephen Cox and C7R Motorsports will go their separate ways. The team will no longer field his car in the Super Cup Stock Car Series due to an illness in the family, leaving Cox in search of a ride for 2019. While Cox seeks a new ride in the Super Cup series, he also has road racing offers with Porsche and BMW teams in the World Racing League where he’s scored three wins and a track record at Michigan’s Gingerman Raceway. Other options include the CRS Super Truck Series and IMSA. “I’m very Read More

Stephen Cox Returns to Trucks, Dirt Track Racing

. When Stephen Cox competes in the CRS Truck series at Beckley Motorsports Park in West Virginia this weekend, he could become one of the few racing drivers to score top five finishes on dirt ovals, asphalt ovals and road courses all during the 2018 season. The versatile Indianapolis racer signed with team owner Billy Strehle today to drive Beckley’s 3/8 mile clay oval in a 375 horsepower CRS race truck this Saturday in the series’ first-ever appearance at the track. Although Cox raced trucks on asphalt in the ARCA Truck Series in 2012 and 2013, he hasn’t been on Read More