RPW Column: Young Gun Logan Watt Has A Busy 2023 Racing Season Ahead Of Him

Column By: TOM WENNER / RPW – BOYERTOWN, PA – Logan Watt, fresh off his Eastern Motorsport Press Association Young Gun award win for his ’22 season, debuted a beautifully-built Bicknell Sail Panel 602 #4m Crate Modified this past weekend at the Pioneer Pole Building Motorsports Race Car and Trade Show in Oaks, PA.

The Ron Roberts / Watt Racing team completely refurbished the 2017 Bicknell Chassis known as “Stitch” and it is looks completely stunning for the ’23 season.  The car won the ’23 PPB Motorsports Best Appearing Stock Car Race Award on Saturday afternoon.

Congrats to Logan, Ryan, Leslie Watt and Ron Roberts Racing for the award.

That wasn’t the only big news for Logan.  The young Boyertown, PA pilot has a big season planned for ’23 and looks to continue building this career. He will continue racing the 4m 602 Crate Sportsman at Big Diamond Speedway.

While this won’t be every week, the team will be there for most of the season.

The has some planned visits to Georgetown Speedway on Friday Nights as well. Georgetown Speedway located in Georgetown, Delaware has many Friday Night dates scheduled during the season and the Watt team will attend many of those as well.

On Saturday nights, Logan will be chasing the Grandview Speedway Sportsman Point title. You will be able to find “Half-Watt” in the pit area of the Bechtelsville, PA track, with the 4m Sportsman, every week.

The younger Watt will be great addition to the Speedway’s Sportsman class, which is already loaded with talent.  Adding Logan only makes even better.

The race team will look to do some traveling this season.  Logan has his eyes on the Brett Deyo Short Track Super Series South Region 602 Sportsman Point Championship and will chase every race, looking to score that coveted title this season.

The team will also be pitside for the Bob Miller Thunder On The Hill Series, scheduled at the Grandview Speedway in ’23. For those events, Logan will strap into a Spec 358-Modified and battle with the track’s titans.

As the season progresses, and the schedule allows, Logan will race the Spec 358-Modified at the higher paying end-of-the-season events.

Watt has set some lofty goals for himself this coming year.  He’s looking to win 15 events this season and feels with the added track experience, the support of his team and crew, parents and Roberts Racing he can get it done.

A point championship is also a ’23 goal for the young gun Watt.

Logan enters the ’23 season with added marketing partners to his 4m Crate Modified. New to the beautiful 4m Modified are Tina and Mike Stringer who own Stringer’s Collision Center. The Stringers have owned 602 Sportsman and Spec 358 Modifieds at Grandview Speedway for several seasons,

In ’23 they have joined Logan Watt Racing as marketing partner as has Fasterner Place, Inc as well as IRON Valley Real Estate.

The Logan Watt 4m has additional marketing support from Ronnie’s Auto Repair, Birdsboro NAPA Auto Parts, CTC Construction Inc., Mari-AL Auto Body, ARRAY of Monograms, Penske Racing Shocks, Diamond Disposal Trash & Recycling Company, Jones Racing Products, Bill Brown and Company Inc, Manmiller Electric, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Danny’s Pizza Pizzazz, Pioneer Pole Buildings, Schaeffer’s Specialized Lubricants, and IVY Settlement Group.

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