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.: Archived News :.
October 31, 2020 - Early exit in World Short Track Championship at Charlotte
Logan Roberson made the trip to the Dirt Track at Charlotte (Concord, N.C.) on Friday night piloting his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 Late Model for the Drydene World Short Track Championship. In a stout field of 51 DIRTcar Late Models, Logan laid down the third fastest time in his qualifying group before picking up an 8-lap heat race victory. (Shawn Cooper photo | WRTSpeedwerx.com)

Receiving the third-starting position for Saturday night’s $4,000-to-win World Short Track Championship A-Main, Roberson was an early retiree from the 30-lap affair on the eighth lap.

For more information on this event, please visit www.DIRTcar.com.

October 24, 2020 - Roberson finishes second in rain-shortened Cash Money 100
After track conditions saw him scratch from preliminary events on Friday night at All-Tech Raceway (Lake City, Fla.), Logan Roberson headed to Natural Bridge Speedway (Natural Bridge, Va.) on Saturday evening for the Cash Money 100. After topping the 37-car field in time trials, Roberson cruised to a heat race victory, which positioned him second on the starting grid for the $10,000-to-win A-Main. With Justin Williams setting the pace early, Roberson snuck past to assume command of the top spot before the mandatory fuel stop on lap 50. After Mother Nature shortened the 100-lap feature to 70 laps, Logan Roberson came in second behind Williams with Dustin Mitchell, Walker Arthur, and Ethan Wilson rounding out the Top-5.

For more information on this event, please visit www.NBSpeedway.com.

October 17, 2020 - Logan Roberson notches sixth place finish in King of the Mountain Championship finale at SMS
Friday night found Logan Roberson in action at Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) for the American Crate All-Star Series doubleheader. Drawing 45 cars for the King of the Mountain Championship, Logan came in 12th fastest overall in time trials before placing second in his heat behind Cory Hedgecock. Starting the opening night feature in 12th, Roberson was an early retiree from the 30-lapper with overheating issues.

On Saturday afternoon, Roberson followed up the 11th fastest lap in qualifying with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Trevor Sise. With $3,000 on the line in the feature, Logan clawed forward five spots in the 40-lap affair to register a sixth place finish.

For more information on these events, please visit www.CrateRacing.com.

October 10, 2020 - Roberson attends Mars Racing Series doubleheader in Illinois
Logan Roberson made the trek to Peoria Speedway (Peoria, Ill.) on Friday night piloting the Smiley Racing Products No. 19 Late Model for the Mars Racing Series sanctioned program. In a stout field of 42 cars, Roberson got caught behind a spinning car in his heat while batting for a transfer spot, sending him into the B-Main. Needing to place second or better to make the opening night feature, Logan came one spot shy with a third place outing. (Todd Healy photo)

The following night at Fairbury Speedway (Fairbury, Ill.), Logan timed in seventh in his qualifying group before placing fifth in his heat race. Transferring into the B-Main for one final shot at the $15,000-to-win A-Main, Roberson was running in a transfer spot for the majority of the consolation event until jumping the cushion, which saw him retire early from the 12-lapper.

For more information on these events, please visit www.MarsRacingSeries.com.

October 3, 2020 - Red-hot Roberson storms to fifth straight victory at MMP
Logan Roberson continued his recent hot-streak Saturday while also reaching another milestone in his young career. (Michael Boggs Photography)

Roberson piloted the Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 RBS Auto Sales/ BTS Towing Service/ Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model to a $5,000 American Crate All-Star Series victory at Mountain Motorsports Park in Isom, Ky.

The triumph was Logan’s fifth consecutive win at five different tracks in the past 4 weeks. It also marked the 80th win of his flourishing career.

“This doesn’t even seem real. To say we’ve been blessed would be an understatement,” Roberson said. “None of this would be possible without so many great people behind me. I can’t thank everyone enough for their support!”

Drawing 22 cars, Roberson locked into the pole position for the feature with the fastest lap overall in time trials. Leading wire-to-wire, Logan cruised to his seventh overall win of the season over Zach Sise, Matt Henderson, Kenny Howell, and Tyler Arrington.

For more information on this event, please visit www.CrateRacing.com.