Malcolm Fox was born in Westville, New Jersey. He was an American racecar driver who raced at Indy on two occasions. In 1930 he drove a Studebaker but went out with broken suspension.
Then in the 1933 race, Fox's Universal Service Garage Studebaker lost a wheel on lap 121 and was stranded on the racing line. Les Spangler was unable to avoid hitting him. Spangler and his riding mechanic riding mechanic, G. L. Jordan died shortly after the accident.