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October 31, 2017

Logan Roberson Turns Around Weekend with 311 Win

Waynesboro, Virginia (10/31/17) – Logan Roberson was more than disappointed with the start to his weekend in his Wynbridge Inc. #17 BTS Towing Service/ Rocketman Racing/ XR1 Rocket Chassis Late Model.

The talented 20-year-old couldn’t take advantage of a front-row starting spot in a heat race in the second annual OneDirt World Short Track Championship at the Dirt Track at Charlotte. He faded back in the pack in his heat. As a result, the team decided to travel to 311 Motor Speedway on Saturday evening to compete in another special.

The decision paid dividends to the tune of a $2,000 victory.

“Man we were so disappointed to not be able to capitalize on our qualifying effort and starting spot in our heat race at Charlotte,” Roberson recounts. “We decided instead of running the B-Main on Saturday to head up the road to the special at 311 Motor Speedway. It proved to be a good move because we had a great night and grabbed another win. Thanks to my team for not giving up on me. It felt good to score another victory.”

Friday night brought Logan Roberson to the Dirt Track at Charlotte (Concord, North Carolina), kicking off the second annual OneDirt World Short Track Championship. After laying down the third fastest time out of 62 cars in practice on Thursday evening, Roberson timed in fifth fastest in qualifying on Friday, positioning him on the pole of his heat. Losing three spots, Logan logged a fourth-place finish, transferring him into the B-Main on Saturday night.

Disappointed with his performance, Roberson packed up late Friday night and headed to 311 Motor Speedway (Pine Hall, North Carolina) to do battle for the $2,000 top prize on Saturday night. Starting the night by registering the fastest time overall in qualifying, Roberson outran the 17-car field in the feature to capture his 18th win of the season. Matthew Nance, Tyler Bare, Steve Blackburn, and Corey Almond completed the Top-5 finishers.

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This Saturday Logan is tentatively scheduled to compete in the Crate Late Model at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tennessee). Roberson already has one win at the 4/10-mile oval in 2017 and will be looking to add another.

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Logan Roberson would like to thank his marketing partners, which include Wynbridge Inc., Cecil B. Arthur Beef Farm & Bucking Stock, BTS Towing Service, Blue Ridge Treescape Service, Mike’s Tire and Auto, Dirt Defender, Walker Arthur Racing, Beyea Custom Headers, QA1, Keyser Manufacturing, All About Wraps, Rocket Chassis, Race 1, Kaylor’s Dirt Track Cams, Russ King Racing, Hoosier Tire by Terry Wilcher, Smiley’s Racing Enterprises, and Marketing Services.

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October 31, 2017

Another Week and Another Modified Win for Rodney Sanders

Happy, Texas (10/31/17) – For the second-straight week, Rodney Sanders parked his Wichita Tank Racing #20 Swan Energy MB Customs Modified in Victory Lane. His latest triumph came during the Midwest Dirt Track Championship at the historic Thunderbird Speedway.

“It felt like we had to pass a ton of cars to get it done, but we made it happen,” Sanders commented. “We overcame a pretty big number at the pill draw and passed some really good cars to get this win. It was a really strong weekend for us in the Super Late Model too. Thanks to everyone, who helped make it possible!”

Pulling double duty in the Super Late Model and Open Wheel Modified ranks, Rodney Sanders traveled to Thunderbird Speedway (Muskogee, Oklahoma) on Friday night for the Midwest Dirt Track Championship.

In a field of 23 Super Late Models, Sanders followed up the second-fastest time overall in qualifying with a third-place finish in his heat. Rolling off eighth for the $10,000-to-win A-Main on Saturday, Rodney improved five spots to place third behind Jesse Stovall and Billy Moyer Jr. with Kyle Beard and Payton Looney completing the Top-5 finishers.

In the Open Wheel Modified division, Sanders passed six cars in his heat race, registering a third-place finish. Earning a spot into the Dash, Rodney recorded a sixth-place finish, positioning him sixth on the starting grid for the feature on Saturday evening.

After working his way into a podium spot by lap-5, Sanders overtook Tyler Wolff following a restart on lap 6. Pulling away from the field in the remaining 14 circuits, Rodney Sanders cruised to his 11th win of the season with Chad Wheeler, Tyler Wolff, Joe Duvall, and Camden Perry completing the Top 5.

Sanders was awarded a $1,200 payday for his dominant performance in the 20-lap A-Main.

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This weekend will take the team to 81 Speedway (Wichita, Kansas) to compete in the second annual Park City Chisolm Trail Showdown. The United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) event posts a $2,000 winner’s check on Friday night and a $3,000 top prize on Saturday evening.

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Rodney Sanders would like to thank all of his sponsors including Wichita Tank Racing, Swan Energy, Kimrad Transport,, S&S Fishing and Rental, Krohn Farms, STSI, Mars Race Cars, MB Customs, Mesilla Valley Transportation, KBC Graphics, Bergman Tax and Accounting, Hatfield Race Engines, Deatherage Opticians, VP Race Fuels, C&R Incorporated, Beyea Headers, CMD Race Shocks, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Race Shocks, Swift Springs, Wilwood Brakes, Palmer Painting, D&G Contracting, Driven Oil, 87 Automotive, FK Rod Ends, Allstar Performance, Fikes Transmission, QA1 Driveshafts, Performance Bodies, Day Motorsports, and Marketing Services.

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