. The Stephen Cox Blog is Presented by McGunegill Engine Performance The easiest way to increase car count in short track racing and amateur road racing is to keep your drivers happy. Really happy. Fortunately, there is a very effective and affordable way to do that. It was four o’clock on a Sunday afternoon, August 29, 2004. It was blazing hot at the Hallett Motor Racing Circuit just outside of Tulsa. Although we missed the setup and were posting slower-than-usual lap times, we won the GT-2 qualifying race after the leader retired with a broken supercharger belt. I climbed out Read More
Veteran race driver Stephen Cox will return to the Super Cup Stock Car Series in 2016, taking over the seat recently vacated by 2014 Rookie of the Year Codie Rohrbaugh. The series begins competition at Ohio's Midvale Speedway on May 14th.
There are plenty of endurance races available to anyone who wants to race $500 junkyard relics. There are also some endurance races available to drivers who want to race million dollar prototypes. But the options are pretty limited for those who want to race something in between.
Thanks to our great teams and sponsors, the 2015 racing season was a spectacular success for Sopwith Motorsports. Jump back into the cockpit one more time and relive all the record-setting excitement! Thanks to our teams and partners for a great 2015 racing season! Stephen Dale, director, Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions Read More
I began driving race cars in 1985. In the thirty years since, I've had a total of one (1) serious neck injury while racing. It was at Plymouth Speedway in the summer of 1995. I have not had another neck injury since.
Here are five quick questions with Sopwith's Stephen Cox as he prepares for the World Racing League's “Last Checkered Flag” at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend. A two-time sports car champion, Cox has spent most of the last three years on ovals and is now preparing for a return to road racing.
When Rocksteady Racing takes to the Texas World Speedway road course this weekend in Round 5 of the World Racing League season, it will do so with the services of four experienced drivers hungry for a podium finish.
A few years ago the late Mike Stephens, then owner of the Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Oklahoma, helped me find a ride in an open cockpit Toyota World Sports Racer. I had no experience in the type and missed the podium in consecutive races.