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May 30, 2020 - Roberson Rolls to First Career Super Late Model Win at Tyler County
Logan Roberson is no stranger to Victory Lane, having earned over 25 career wins in the Crate Late Model ranks. However, Thursday’s celebration was unlike any other for the 22-year-old. (Zach Yost Racing Photography)

Roberson piloted his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 RBS Auto Sales/ BTS Towing Service/ Rocket Chassis to his first-career Super Late Model victory in the King of the Ring 40 at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, W.V.

“I’m honestly still in shock, it hasn’t sunk in yet,” said an emotional Roberson following the win. “This is a dream come true. This was this first race that my mom and dad didn’t attend with me, I just wanted to make them proud. I can’t thank them enough for all they’ve done to support my career. Also, a big thanks to all of our fans and sponsors.”

After the crew thrashed overnight to get his car ready to race, Logan made the six-hour trek to Tyler County Speedway. With 30 Super Late Models on hand, Roberson secured his spot into the main event with a 10-lap heat race victory.

After multiple botched starts in the feature, Logan shot out to an early lead and looked to have the top spot locked up until a caution appeared on lap 26. Holding off a charging Max Blair in the closing laps, Roberson went on to his first win of the season. Taking the checkers ahead of Blair, Kyle Thomas, Mike Benedum, and Colten Burdette, Roberson earned a $5,000 payday.

On Saturday afternoon at Hagerstown (Md.) Speedway, Roberson started the night off with a heat race victory but after a Top-8 invert he was placed eighth on the starting grid for the $2,000-to-win A-Main.

After wheeling his way into a podium position, Logan faded one spot late in the 25-lapper to place fourth behind Kyle Lee, Trever Feathers, and Nick Dickson with Justin Weaver coming in fifth.

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May 25, 2020 - Runner-up Finish with American Crate All-Star Series at Crossville
Logan Roberson kicked off his Memorial Day weekend on Friday evening at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tenn.) for the American Crate All-Star Series sanctioned Mayhem in the Mountains. After several rain showers delayed the program into the early morning hours, Roberson was collected in a tangle in his heat race that prevented him from making it out for his B-Main. (Michael Boggs Photography)

Following the American Crate All-Star Series on Saturday, Roberson headed to Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) for the Memorial Day Mayhem. In a stout field of 41 cars, Roberson jumped up three spots in his heat to register a fourth place finish. Capturing a consolation victory, Logan locked into the 22nd-starting position for the $3,000-to-win A-Main. Coming one spot shy of a Top-5 finish, Logan Roberson advanced through the field 16 positions to place sixth.

On Sunday afternoon at Crossville Speedway (Crossville, Tenn.) with 19 American Crate All-Star Series entries on hand, Roberson followed up the fourth fastest time overall in qualifying with a fourth place finish in the Dash. With $2,000 on the line in the feature, Logan gained two spots in the 40-lapper to score a runner-up finish behind Randy Weaver with Trevor Sise, Brandon Williams, and Adam Ahl rounding out the Top-5.

Wrapping up his Memorial Day weekend on Monday, Roberson stopped at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) pulling double duty for the eighth annual Scott Sexton Memorial. Drawing 40 Schaeffer’s Iron-Man Series entries, Logan timed in 10th fastest in his group but mechanical issues at the start of his heat race sidelined him for the remainder of the evening in the Super Late Model ranks.

Earning the 12th-starting position for the $1,500-to-win Crate Late Model feature via preliminary events, Logan passed six cars in the 25-lapper to record a sixth place finish.

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May 16, 2020 - Roberson Lands Sixth Place Finish in Spring Sizzler at 411
On Saturday night Logan Roberson visited 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) piloting his Gunter’s Honey No. 17 Late Model for the Spring Sizzler. Drawing 35 cars, Roberson timed in sixth fastest in his time trial group before capturing a 10-lap heat race victory. Starting the $5,000-to-win A-Main in seventh, Logan jumped up one spot in the 50-lap affair to register a sixth place finish.

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May 2, 2020 - 10th Place Finish in Palmetto Invitational at Cherokee Speedway
With the promoters and track officials mandating several precautionary measures to hold the event during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Logan Roberson headed to Lancaster Speedway (Lancaster, South Carolina) on Friday night for the Lancaster Lidlifter. With the field limit set at 25, Roberson secured his spot into the $5,000-to-win A-Main with the fourth fastest lap overall in time trials. With a crowd-funded bonus adding an additional $1,335 to the winner’s payday, Logan got taken out on the second botched restart, bringing a disappointing end to his night.

The following night at Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, South Carolina) for the inaugural Palmetto Invitational, Logan rebounded in time trials to record the fifth fastest lap in his group after breaking an input shaft in his hot-lap session. Coming in third in his heat race, Roberson locked into the 10th-starting position for the $10,000-to-win A-Main. After working his way into the Top-10 early and challenging for a Top-5 finish, Logan Roberson faded late in the 60-lapper to place 10th.

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