Cox to Vie for Landjager Cup at Road America

Indianapolis race driver Stephen Cox will return to Gorilla Sticker racing in late October for a pair of sportscar endurance races at Road America. The former GT Challenge Series road racing champion will join a team of four drivers for the Champcar Landjager Cup endurance races on Saturday and Sunday, October 21-22 at the famed 4-mile course. Saturday’s event will run 8 hours in length with another 7 hours of racing on Sunday. Sponsored by CarsandConvos.com and Geezzup.com classic car services, Cox is looking to score a third consecutive podium and his first victory of the season in the team’s Read More

15-Hour Sports Car Race Next for Cox

After spending the late summer entirely on ovals, Indianapolis driver Stephen Cox will return to a road course this weekend for Champcar’s 15-hour sports car endurance race at Atlanta Motorsports Park in Dawsonville, Georgia. Cox is the most recent addition to the Jacksonville-based Ford Mustang team of Dwayne “Tater” Kelley, teaming up with former dirt drivers Kenny Blair and John Warren under the supervision of crew chief Pat Smith. In his first outing with the team, Cox will be seeking his 8th top ten finish and second win of the 2021 season. The team’s SN-95 generation Ford Mustang features a Read More

Cox Places 4th at Barberton Speedway in CRS Truck Series

The #82 JR Fastener Corporation Chevrolet scored a 4th place finish for Brandon Huff Racing in last weekend’s main event at Barberton Speedway in Norton, Ohio, in a thrilling race full of attrition that required perseverance from the driver and crew. Driver Stephen Cox led briefly in the early laps of the race before a penalty moved him to the tail of the field. Mechanical issues slowed the team’s efforts to work their way back through the field when the brakes failed, followed by clutch failure. Cox was forced to shift without the clutch between 3rd and 4th gear for Read More

Sta-Bil, Ovals Return to 2021 Racing Schedule

. Sta-bil brand fuel stabilizer racing driver Stephen Cox will open the 2021 season with a returning sponsor, twenty-one races and eight motorsports events on his schedule. The season’s ten road races include a stop at Gingerman Raceway in Michigan where Cox holds the WRL track record followed by a visit to Pike’s Peak International Raceway in July where his Braunschweig Racing team finished third overall in last year’s Gridlife Alpine Horizon Festival. The final road course event is at Oklahoma’s Hallett Motor Racing Circuit for the World Racing League’s annual October Rush, which Cox has won twice. The oval Read More

Cox Seeks 24th Career Win at Alpine Horizon – How To Watch, Full Schedule

The 104+ Performance/Sopwith Motorsports/Braunschweig Racing #117 Corvette will compete in Grid Life’s Alpine Horizon Festival at Pike’s Pike International Raceway this Friday, Saturday and Sunday with driver Stephen Cox looking to score his 18th road course win and the 24th of his career including ovals and dirt tracks. Practice for the ultra-competitive GLTC class begins Friday afternoon with qualifications shortly after 3 pm Mountain Time, the first race at 8:20 pm and races continuing throughout the weekend. “I’m delighted to be back with 104+ Performance and Braunschweig Racing,” Cox said. “The series and the track are new to me, but Read More

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