|Birthplace:||Fort Payne, Alabama|
|Born:||April 16, 1918|
|Died:||May 16, 1964|
|Cause of Death:|
|Awards:||inducted in the George Automobile Racing Hall of Fame in 2003|
|NASCAR Cup statistics|
|36 races run over 7 years.|
|Best Cup Position:||3rd - 1949 (Strictly Stock)|
|First Race:||1949 Charlotte Speedway (NASCAR's first race)|
|Last Race:||1956 Memphis-Arkansas Speedway|
|First Win:||1949 Occoneechee Speedway|
|Last Win:||1952 Asheville-Weaverville Speedway|
He was the brother of NASCAR pioneers Tim Flock and Fonty Flock, and the second female NASCAR driver Ethel Mobley. The four raced at the July 10, 1949 race at the Daytona Beach Road Course, which was the first event to feature a brother and a sister, and the only NASCAR event to feature four siblings. Ethel beat Fonty and Bob by finishing in eleventh.
The Flock family had an illegal moonshine business. The federal agents one discovered the Flock would be running a race in Atlanta, and they staked out the place to make an arrest. A gate opened as the race was beginning, and he drove on the track to take the green flag. The police vehicles quickly appeared on the track. They chased Flock for a lap or two before he drove through the fence. The police followed him until he ran out of gas later. Reminiscing years later, Bob said, "I would have won that race if the cops had stayed out of it" .
Bob Flock retired from driving when he broke his back in an on track accident. He had over 200 modified wins  in his career.
- NASCAR drivers statistics at racing-reference.info
- Georgia Automobile Racing Hall of Fame
- 1949 season recap at NASCAR.com
- Flock family website - includes photos (mainly of Fonty)
|Bob Flock | Fonty Flock | Tim Flock | Ethel Mobley|