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July 27, 2019 - Roberson Tallies Tenth Win of the Season at Winchester
Behind the wheel of his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 BTS RBS Auto Sales/ Towing Service/ XR1 Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model, Logan Roberson raced to his 10th win of the season on Saturday night at Virginia’s Winchester Speedway.

“Overall, it was a good night for our team on Saturday at Winchester,” Roberson stated. “We got the job done in the feature and came up just a spot short of the win in the second feature. We’ve got a really good car right now. Hopefully we can pick up the big win at Wythe Raceway this Saturday.”

Logan Roberson returned to Winchester Speedway (Winchester, Virginia) on Saturday night, where he was piloting his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 Crate Late Model entry in a program that was highlighted by double features.

Rolling off the starting grid in the third position for the previous week’s make-up feature, Roberson blasted past Scott Sweeney Jr. on the eighth lap and dominated the remaining distance en route to his 10th win of the season. Devin Brannon, Jakob Piper, Sweeney Jr., and Jennae Piper rounded out the Top-5 finishers.

Later that evening for the Lee Stultz Memorial, Logan charged from the seventh-starting spot to a runner-up finish behind Devin Brannon. Jakob Piper, Scott Sweeney Jr., and Jennae Piper trailed the lead duo to the checkers.

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July 20, 2019 - Logan Roberson Net's $1,337 Payday at Winchester Speedway
It’s no big secret that racing can be a dangerous sport. However, sometimes getting to the track can actually be the most dangerous part. Just a few hours after seeing his team’s hauler careening off the road en route to the race track, Logan Roberson raced his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 BTS Towing Service/ XR1 Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model to the feature win at Virginia’s Winchester Speedway. (Jimmy Saffell Jr. photo)

The victory marked his ninth of the 2019 season.

On Saturday night Logan Roberson and his team made the trek to Winchester Speedway (Winchester, Virginia), where they were scheduled to enter a pair of features for the Chuck Brannon Memorial.

However, as the team traveled toward the clay oval, disaster struck. A car slammed on its breaks in front of the team transporter, forcing the hauler off the road and into the median. Thankfully the hauler didn’t flip, but it sustained considerable damage. Luckily, the team was able to limp the hauler to the track to compete in the night’s program.

The night started with Roberson rolling off second on the starting grid for the rescheduled Chuck Brannon Memorial. He jumped into the lead on the opening lap and dominated the entire distance to register his ninth win of the season with Al Shawver, Jakob Piper, Steven Lowery, and Levi Crowl following him across the line. He pocketed a $1,337 payday for his efforts.

Unfortunately, the second feature was eventually postponed to another date after the night’s action was stopped by a rapidly approaching curfew.

“It was a nightmare situation on the road that afternoon. Honestly though, we are very lucky that it wasn’t more devastating than it was,” Roberson noted. “Our hauler is out of commission indefinitely from the damage. However, for the time being I’m very thankful for Glen Elliott and RBS Auto Sales for providing us with a truck so that we can keep racing.

“Despite the day starting so bad we had a great car at Winchester and won the first feature. I’m confident we had a good shot at winning the second feature, but curfew got us, so we’ll just have to try again this Saturday.”

Logan Roberson will be back in action with the RUSH Weekly Late Model Series this Saturday at Winchester Speedway. Double features will be held as last week’s make-up, main event is on the docket as well.

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July 13, 2019 - Roberson Bags a Pair of Runner-up Finishes
Friday night found Logan Roberson in action at I-77 Raceway (Ripley, West Virginia) kicking off the Fastrak Racing Series sanctioned weekend with the UBB 29 Miner’s Memorial. With 21 cars on hand, Roberson secured his spot into the opening night feature with a heat race victory. Wheeling his way into a podium spot, Logan passed six cars to place 2nd behind Freddie Carpenter with Nick Schlager, Benji Hicks, and Henry Hornsby III rounding out the Top-5. (Jeff Hurst photo)

The following night at Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, West Virginia) for the Great American Crate Race, Logan locked his spot into the $7,000-to-win finale with a 5th place finish in his heat. Rolling off 11th, Logan advanced his way to the front and challenged Kyle Thomas for the top spot on the final lap but fell short after a lapped-car slowed his pace. He trailed Thomas across the line with Dillon Brown, Henry Hornsby III, and Trey Watson completing the Top-5 finishers.

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July 6, 2019 - 5th Place Finish at Winchester Speedway
On Wednesday night Logan Roberson visited Potomac Speedway (Budds Creek, Maryland) for the Fourth of July special. In a field of 15 RUSH Crate Late Models, Logan laid down the third fastest lap in his time trial group before capturing a heat race victory. Receiving the 4th-starting position for the feature via a pill draw, Roberson dropped one spot logging a 5th place finish behind Austin Bussler, Chuck Bowie, Jamie Sutphin, and Jeremy Pilkerton.

Saturday night saw Logan return to action at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee) for the American Crate All-Star Series sanctioned Independence Day Shootout. Earning the 11th-starting position for the $3,000-to-win A-Main via preliminary events, Roberson suffered a busted radiator hose on lap-21 that brought an early end to his night. (Tara Chavez photo)

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