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September 26, 2020 - Roberson rolls to fourth straight win, grabs $6,200
Not once, but twice Logan Roberson parked his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 RBS Auto Sales/ BTS Towing Service/ Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model in Victory Lane over the weekend.

A $5,000 triumph at Richmond (Ky.) Raceway Saturday highlighted the weekend and marked Logan’s fourth consecutive trip to the winner’s circle.

“To say this weekend was a success would be an understatement! We were able to bring home two quick time awards, two heat race wins, and two feature wins,” said Roberson. “I can’t thank all who support us enough and keep this train rolling!”

With Mother Nature altering his original plans at Boyd’s Speedway (Ringgold, Ga.), Logan Roberson headed to the Bluegrass State on Friday evening to make his first start of the season at Rockcastle Speedway in Mount Vernon, Ky.

After topping the 24-car field in time trials, Roberson made a late-race move on the high-side in the feature to secure his fifth overall win of on the season. He earned a $1,200 payday for his efforts.

On Saturday afternoon at Richmond Raceway for the Fastrak Racing Series-sanctioned “Damn Yankees 50,” Logan followed up the fastest lap overall in a field of 28 cars with a heat race win.

Leading wire-to-wire in the feature, Roberson cruised to his fourth straight win of the season over Todd Coffman, Matt Long, Derek Fisher, and Trevor Sise. Tallying his third career Fastrak Racing Series triumph, Logan pocketed a $5,000 prize.

"When we got to a couple laps to go, my dad started signaling me that he was on me and them lapped cars, oh my god, they didn't know where they was going and I was stuck in a pickle and I heard him on the outside and he was beating the wall down," Roberson said of a hard-charging Todd Coffman. "My dad was just telling me to take up the whole racetrack and hopefully it would pay off for us and luckily enough, I'm blessed enough and it held off and we got lucky."

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September 19, 2020 - Logan Roberson soars to Natural Bridge Speedway checkers
Logan Roberson made the short trip to Natural Bridge (Va.) Speedway Saturday and parked his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 RBS Auto Sales/ BTS Towing Service/ Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model in Victory Lane. (Zach Yost photo)

“I can’t thank everyone enough for their support,” said Roberson. “This feels great. We worked hard to put this car together and was just looking to shake it down tonight. The hard work paid off. I’m looking forward to this weekend, Richmond Raceway is one of my favorite tracks.”

Laying down the fastest lap overall in time trials, Roberson locked into the fourth-starting position for the A-Main via the invert. Wheeling his way to the front, Logan cruised to his fourth win of the season over Walker Arthur, Ronnie Martin Jr., Bud Stinson, and Shawn Whetzel. He pocketed a $1,000 payday.

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September 7, 2020 - Roberson visits Victory Lane at 411 in No. 12 Late Model
Monday afternoon found Logan Roberson picking up his third win of the 2020 campaign with a dominating performance at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn.

The victory, which came aboard the Cody Cubbage-owned No. 12 McDonough Toyota/ Paynes Enterpirse Inc./ Hometown Grill/ Longhorn Chassis Crate Late Model, earned Roberson a $2,000 payday.

“What a weekend it’s been. After struggling hard at the start of the weekend, JC Crockett, my Dad, Harold, Cody, Robert, and Eric went over this entire car and spent all day working on it,” said Roberson. “We finally got it done. Thanks everyone for their support!”

Logan kicked off the busy Labor Day weekend on Friday night at Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tenn. with the American Crate All-Star Series. With 38 cars on hand for the opening round of the Crystal Cup, Roberson followed up the 17th fastest lap overall in time trials with a heat race victory.

Earning the ninth-starting position for the $2,000-to-win A-Main, Logan jumped up two spots in the 40-lapper to place seventh.

On Saturday, for the Clyde Pardue Memorial at Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin, N.C., Logan locked into the fifth-starting spot for the feature with the fifth fastest time in qualifying.

With $1,600 on the line, Roberson clawed forward two spots to register a third-place finish behind Justin Hudspeth and Matt Long with Tristen Love and Jeff Decker completing the Top-5 finishers.

Returning to the American Crate All-Star Series circuit on Sunday, Roberson traveled to the Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Va. for the $10,000-to-win Pro Late Model Nationals.

After getting behind the eight ball in his qualifying session, Roberson logged a fifth-place finish in his heat, giving him one last shot at the A-Main with a B-Main appearance. Needing to place fourth or better, Logan faded back to a ninth-place outing.

Bringing an end to the four-day weekend, Logan stopped at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn. on Monday afternoon for the Labor Day Matinee. After topping the 21-car field in time trials, Roberson led wire-to-wire in the 35-lap feature to record his third win of the season over Eli Beets, Jensen Ford, Rusty Ballenger, and Cameron Weaver.

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