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November 24, 2018 - Motor Problems Withdrawals Roberson From Leftover at 411
On Saturday night Logan Roberson made the trek to 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee) looking to make his first start of the season in the Super Late Model ranks. With 44 Schaeffer’s Oil Iron-Man Series enties on hand for the annual Leftover, Roberson ran into mechanical issues in practice on Friday that prevented him from competing on Saturday evening.

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November 10, 2018 - Top 5 Finish in Showdown in Savannah Opener at OSP
Logan Roberson traveled to Oglethorpe Speedway Park (Pooler, Georgia) on Friday night for the two-day Showdown in Savannah. In a field of 31 Crate Late Models, Logan timed in fifth fastest in his qualifying group before placing 2nd in his heat behind Ches Chester. With Mother Nature postponing Friday’s $2,000-to-win feature to Saturday morning, Logan held his spot for the entire distance to place 5th.

Later Saturday night, Roberson followed up the second fastest time in his group with a 2nd place finish in his heat. Starting the $5,000-to-win finale in 7th, Logan got caught in a wreck that prevented him from finishing the 50-lap affair.

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November 3, 2018 - Logan Roberson Scores Second Straight Crate Nationals Victory at Volunteer Speedway
For the second-straight year Logan Roberson parked his Wynbridge Inc. #17 BTS Towing Service/ XR1 Rocket Chassis Late Model in Victory Lane at the Crate Nationals at Tennessee’s Volunteer Speedway.

The $3,000 victory pushed his 2018-win tally to 14.

“Wow, what a race,” Roberson exclaimed. “Cory [Hedgecock] and I threw everything that we had at each other, and it was a blast. Cory and I were joking after the feature that there’s not many people you can race like that with. I hope the fans enjoyed it as much as we did.

“We were second last weekend in the World Short Track Championships at Charlotte, and now we won this deal. We’re ending this season with a lot of momentum. Hopefully we can go grab some more wins before it’s over.”

Saturday night found Logan Roberson in action at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tennessee), where he was competing against a stout field of 41 Crate Late Models for the annual Crate Nationals. Starting the night with a heat race victory, Logan earned the pole position for the 51-lap A-Main.

Logan led early in the feature before Cory Hedgecock took control with a slider on lap 24. Regaining the lead from Cory Hedgecock on lap 27 after throwing his own slider, Roberson led the remaining 24 circuits en route to his second straight Crate Nationals victory and 14th overall win of the season.

Topping Hedgecock, Jensen Ford, Chase King, and Mack McCarter at the line, Logan pocketed a $3,000 payday. (Chad Wells photo)

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