Bob Fox (March 12, 1948 - ) is a former NASCAR driver from Bremerton, WA. He competed in one Nextel Cup Series event in his career. That came in 1984, when Fox raced at Rockingham. Starting 36th in the forty-car field, Fox completed 352 of the 492 laps before falling out with engine issues. He finished 25th as a result.
After the dismal effort, Fox re-evaluated his priorities and focused on winning the Pacific Coast championship for the Winston Racing Series, the premier short-track circuit at the time. The decision paid off, with Fox winning the regional title and finishing runner-up nationally by 1987. He was also the runner-up in the second season of Northwest Series competition in 1986, winning 7 times and grabbing 45 top-tens in that series.