|Cause of death||Automobile accident|
|Organization||Automobile Racing Club of America|
|Children||sons, Gary and Tim; daughter, Wendy|
A resident of Temperance, Michigan, Loga joined ARCA as an official in 1962, and had been promoted to assist in leading the sanctioning body in 1981, along with Rollo Juckette, becoming president of the organisation in 1990.
On April 26, 1996, Loga was involved in an automobile accident while leaving Talladega Superspeedway. He died the following afternoon at the University of Alabama Birmingham Medical Center. ARCA annually awards the Bob Loga Memorial Scholarship in his honor.
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