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October 27, 2018 - Roberson Bags 2nd Place Finish in World Short Track Championship at Dirt Track at Charlotte
After Mother Nature postponed the event to Sunday, Logan Roberson was one of 57 Crate Late Models signed in at the Dirt Track at Charlotte (Concord, North Carolina) for the Driven Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. Following the fifth fastest time in his qualifying group, Logan scored a 2nd place finish in his heat behind Devin Dixon positioning him 7th on the starting grid for the main event. With $4,000 on the line, Logan Roberson improved five spots in the 30-lapper reeling in a 2nd place finish behind Michael Brown with Clay Harris, Dillon Brown, and Ryan Atkins completing the Top-5 finishers. (Blake Harris photo)

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October 21, 2018 - Pair of Podium Finishes at Modoc at Lavonia Speedway
On Saturday night Logan Roberson traveled to Modoc Raceway (Modoc, South Carolina) for the $3,500-to-win Trick or Treat 100. Registering the third fastest time in a field of 29 cars, Roberson locked into the 3rd-starting position for the A-Main. Gaining one spot in the 35-lap affair, Logan scored a 2nd place finish behind Joshua Bishop with Ben Faircloth, Brett Hamm, and Michael Brown rounding out the Top-5.

The following night brought Roberson to Lavonia Speedway (Lavonia, Georgia) for the $2,000 top prize. Earning the 4th-starting position for the main event via preliminary events, Logan passed one car in the 30-lapper to place 3rd behind Jensen Ford and Kenny Collins with Travis Pennington and Drew Kennedy completing the Top-5 finishers.

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October 6, 2018 - Logan Roberson Wins FASTRAK World Championship; Captures $20,000 Payday
Friday night found Logan Roberson in action at Virginia Motor Speedway (Jamaica, Virginia) for the two-day FASTRAK World Championship. Drawing 40 FASTRAK Racing Series entries, Roberson locked his spot into the opening night feature with a heat race victory. With $5,000 on the line, Logan dropped one spot in the 40-lapper to place 4th behind Benji Hicks, Tyler Bare, and Brett Hamm with Matt Long coming in 5th.

Returning on Saturday, Logan followed up the third fastest time in his qualifying group with a heat race win. Earning the 2nd-starting position for the main event, Roberson overtook Jensen Ford for the lead on the fourth lap and held off challenges for the top spot over the next 40 laps. Losing the lead to Michael Brown on lap-51, Logan quickly regained the top spot on the next lap and held off Brown in the remaining eight circuits to capture his 13th win of the season. Topping Brown, Tyler Bare, Ross Bailes, and Matt Long at the line, Logan Roberson pocketed a $20,000 payday. (Jamie Brabson photo)

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