Despite a crash during Friday’s first qualifying session and two early race stoppages, Cox maintained his focus and used his consistent pace and two well-executed pit stops to finish inside the top 10. Cox was also the top-finishing Kawasaki rider in the event. Cox’s strong performance in the Daytona 200 demonstrates he is ready to have a consistent presence in MotoAmerica’s Supersport class. Cox is slated to be on the grid when America’s professional motorcycle road racing series returns to VIRginia International Raceway May 4-6.
Bailey Cox, rider for CoxRacen, said, “We had a pretty good qualifying, and I was able to maintain my position through the early parts of the race. I tried moving up to the pack in front of me, but couldn’t stay with them and found someone to run with for most of the race. We had a couple great pit stops in the later stages of the race that really helped our cause. 57 laps around here is a pretty grueling experience, and by the end of the race my body was starting to feel a little bit fatigued, but thanks to my training at Fitness N Me and 4Arm Strong’s device, I was able to stay physically and mentally focused. I felt like I was running a very consistent pace though, start to end. We were aiming to finish in the top 15 today, and am very happy with how the race went for us. I am looking to carrying the momentum we started here today to the MotoAmerica round at VIR in May. I want to give a big shout out to my sponsors for making today’s results possible.”
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