Michael Brown picked up a $4,000 paycheck at Charlotte.
What won the race: Michael Brown of Pageland, S.C., held off Logan Roberson on Sunday at the Dirt Track at Charlotte for a $4,000 victory in the Crate Late Model portion of the Driven Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. Brown, who took the lead from Clay Harris on the second lap, won by 0.626 seconds.
Key notes: Brown led all but the first lap in the 30-lap feature; third-place finisher Clay Harris led the opening circuit. ... Runner-up Logan Roberson, the $20,000 Fastrak winner earlier in October at Virginia Motor Speedway, held the second spot from laps 8-30. ... Trent Ivey ran among the top five for 22 laps but retired on lap 24. ... Twenty-two of 26 starters completed 30 laps. ... The feature was co-sanctioned by DIRTcar and the Southeastern Crate Association. ... The event was pushed to Sunday after weekend rain scrambled the third annual World Short Track Championship schedule. ... Crate Late Models were among the nine divisions in action over the weekend. ... Timbo Mangum won the All Star Invitational Feature, a 20-lapper for the Crates. ... The event falls the weekend before the Nov. 1-3 World of Outlaws World Finals. ... The weekend's total purse is more than $120,000.
On the move: Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., started seventh and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Brown's Longhorn Chassis is sponsored by Mega Plumbing, WP Racing Shocks, John Page Racing, Red Rose Barber Shop, C&R Handiworks, Langley Automotive Center, Allstar Performance and BMR Race Bodies.
Car count: 57
Fast qualifier: Ryan Atkins
Time: 17.570 seconds
Polesitter: Devin Dixon
Heat race winners: Devin Dixon, Brett Hamm, Clay Harris, Trent Ivey, Ryan Atkins, Michael Brown
Consolation race winners: Timbo Mangum, Benji Hicks, Kyle Lukon