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November 26, 2019 - Roberson Lands Chili Bowl Ride with Daum Motorsports
Logan Roberson has quickly established himself as one the nation’s most popular up and coming drivers. Roberson will soon tackle the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals for the first time in his young career.

Roberson has landed a ride with 3-time POWRi National Midget Champion, Zach Daum for the 34th edition of the marquee event, held January 13th-18th inside the River Spirit Expo Center in Tulsa, Okla.

“I’m just really excited, this is a dream come true,” Roberson said. “I can’t thank Wynbridge, Inc. and Volunteer Speedway enough for believing in me and making this opportunity possible. We’re still seeking additional support to give us the best chance to be successful in this event.”

The team is currently searching for additional primary and associate sponsors for the upcoming Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. If you would like to support the team in any way, please contact Logan Roberson at (540) 451-1673, or via email at

Being around racing his entire life, finding the driver seat was a natural transition for Logan Roberson. At age six he began racing Go-Karts with a successful 5-year run, accumulating over 30 feature wins and two championships. Between his Go-Kart stint and the beginning of his Late Model career, Logan acted as crew chief for his father's operation, learning the responsibilities and requirements to maintain a successful racing program.

These valuable lessons have been instrumental in his Roberson’s impressive start to what is sure to be a long, successful career in motorsports.

“The Chili Bowl is impressive. What other race do you have nearly 400 entries for one class,” Roberson explained. “In my opinion it’s the biggest race in the world. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to further my motorsports career.”

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November 24, 2019 - Top 10 Finish in Blue-Gray 100 at Cherokee Speedway
After losing Saturday night’s event at Lancaster Speedway (Lancaster, South Carolina) to bad weather, Logan Roberson headed to Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, South Carolina) on Sunday afternoon for the 29th annual Blue-Gray 100. With 38 cars on hand for the event co-sanctioned by the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series and the Xtreme DIRTcar Winter Series, Roberson followed up the seventh fastest lap in his time trial group with a 4th place finish in his heat. Earning the 13th-starting position for the $10,000-to-win A-Main, Logan gained four spots in the 100-lap affair to place 9th. (TDW Photography)

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November 9, 2019 - Roberson Begins World Finals at Charlotte
Thursday night saw Logan Roberson return to the Super Late Model ranks for the Can-Am World Finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte (Concord, North Carolina). Drawing 69 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series entries for the rain-shortened qualifying session, Roberson recorded the fourth fastest time in both rounds which positioned him second on the starting grid for his heat race on Friday night. (Brent Smith photo)

Locking the Top 3 into the $12,000-to-win A-Main, Logan fell one spot short with a 4th place finish transferring him into the B-Main. Needing to place 2nd or better, Roberson suffered broken right-rear wheel cover while leading that forced him to retire.

The following night, Roberson suffered a broken right-front shock as he was entering the corner that sent him slamming against the wall. He was able to escape uninjured but was a scratch from his consolation event.

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November 2, 2019 - Top 5 Finish in World Short Track Championship
Logan Roberson piloted his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 RBS Auto Sales/ BTS Towing Service/ XR1 Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model to a fifth-place finish over the weekend in the annual Driven Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. (Jamie Brabson photo)

“We qualified well on Friday night and got the heat race win. The heat race winners redrew for the feature, and it was no big surprise that I managed to draw the biggest pill possible [a six],” laughed Roberson. “For the feature Saturday, I just made the wrong adjustments, and we got our butts kicked. I’m still happy with a fifth-place finish though.

“Thanks to everyone, who supports me and my racing. I can’t thank you folks enough. We’re now thrashing to get the Super Late Model ready to go back to Charlotte this coming weekend for the World Finals. This will be the first time that I’ve entered the event, and I couldn’t be more excited.”

Logan Roberson and his race team made the trek to the Dirt Track at Charlotte (Concord, North Carolina) last Friday night as the annual Driven Racing Oil World Short Track Championship came to life. In a stout field of 54 Crate Late Model entries, Logan laid down the fastest lap in his time trial group before capturing a heat race victory.

Via the redraw, he earned the sixth-starting position for the $4,000-to-win A-Main on Saturday night. Logan went on to advance one position in the 25-lap affair to cross the finish line in fifth behind Michael Brown, Timmie Harrelson, Dillon Brown, and Brett Hamm.

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