Cox Parts Ways With C7R Motorsports

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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 thankful to everyone with C7R Motorsports for the success we’ve had over the past few years,” Cox said. “We were competitive at nearly every event and it was a pleasure working with them.” Cox posted one win, a pole position, a new track record at Midvale Speedway and six top five finishes while driving for C7R.

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