Bob Bailey is the founder and Chairman of Racemark International in Malta, New York. With Plants in Malta, New York, Calhoun, Georgia Neuchatel, Switzerland & Komaran, Hungary. Racemark is a leading manufacturer of automobile floor mats to the automotive industry worldwide.
Formerly a world-class racing driver for the Porsche of America Racing Team, Bailey was a winner of the 24 hours of Daytona GT Class and other world-class events. He was on the Board of Trustees of the Paul Newman Double “H” Hole in the Woods Ranch for fifteen years, is a founding Trustee of the Saratoga Automobile Museum, and has served on the Board of Trustees for The FUND for Lake George for the past ten years.
Bailey resides in Sarasota, Florida in the winter and, Diamond Point in the summer with wife Ginger and three children Emily, Virginia and Cannon. Their children are the fifth generation on Lake George. Bailey's Great-Grandfather, Admiral John White Moore retired from the Navy in 1890. His home was the “Moorings” in Bolton Landing, now the site of the RPI Darrin Freshwater Institute.