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Driver: Morgan Bagley
Hometown: Longview, TX
D.O.B.: 6/10/86
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 215 lbs
Marital Status: Married, Melissa
Years Racing: 19
Career Wins: 30+
Division: Super Late Models
Car Owner: Wayman McMillan
Chassis: Black Diamond by Club 29
Engine: Clements Racing Engine
Car Chief: Riley Hatfield
Crew: Cody Duncan
Favorite Movie: Rocky 4
Favorite Food: All of the Above
Favorite Track: Love all tracks from the short ones to the hammer down fast places.
Race Most Like To Win: All of Them
Most Memorable
Moment:
1st Win: 2005 Turkey Nationals
Brief History Morgan raced go karts for 9 years, then moved into IMCA Open Wheel Modifieds. He raced IMCA for 2 years, and won the track championship at Lone Star Speedway (Kilgore, Texas). Morgan joined Rowland Racing in 2009 to run the USMTS Open Wheel Modified tour and other big events. During his time with Rowland Racing Morgan had over 30 wins as well as several top 5's and 10's. He also went on to top 5 and top 10 point's finishes in 2 years of USMTS action. In August of 2011, Morgan joined Wayman McMillan’s team to pilot his Super Late Models.

In 2011, Team 14 was formed and Morgan competed for Rookie of the Year in the O'Reilly Southern United Professional Racers (SUPR) Super Late Model Series. Little did he know that not only would he get the rookie title, but he also would claim the O'Reilly SUPR Championship! He also won seven Super Late Model features during the course of the 2011 season.

For the 2012 campaign Bagley wanted to continue his growth in the Dirt Late Model division, and as a result he entered more national events.  Traveling to tracks that he had never seen before and battling against the best competitors in the world was a definitely a big challenge, but he made the most of the opportunity.  He registered four wins including the biggest Dirt Late Model triumph of his career with a $10,000 win in the Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway (Tucson, Arizona) in January against a field of over seventy competitors.

The 2013 season saw Morgan tackling the ultra-competitive World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series for the first time in his career. Bagley entered a total of forty-seven events on the tour, recording nineteen top-ten finishes and one top-five, while finishing eighth in the series' championship point standings. Outside the national spotlight, Morgan claimed two victories during the course of his 2013 campaign, both coming during P&W Sales Southern United Professional Racing Series (SUPR) events on May 4th at Devils Bowl Speedway (Mequite, Texas) and November 30th at Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, Texas). In total, Bagley registered five top-five finishes and a respectable twenty-six top-tens on the season.

2014 would prove to be a breakout year for the Texas native, returning to the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model tour for the second-straight year. Morgan finished a career-high fourth in the series' championship point standings, while recording four top-five and nineteen top-ten finishes in thirty-eight events during the course of the season. Bagley picked up a single victory in 2014, which came during the P&W Sales Southern United Professional Racing Series (SUPR) event at Texas Motor Speedway (Justin, Texas) on March 8th. Morgan ended his season with a total of eight top-five finishes and twenty-six top ten runs.

Traveling to a total of 60 events during the 2015 season, Morgan Bagley picked up one win at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi) for the $20,000-to-win Magnolia State Cotton Pickin' 100. With the weather affecting 13 of his scheduled dates, Bagley recorded 26 Top 10 finishes and 12 Top 5 outings. He also finished the season in 5th in the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series points standings.

Attending a total of 65 events throughout the 2016 season, Morgan Bagley registered on one in his P&W Sales 14M Super Late Model. With the weather affecting only five of his dates, Bagley posted 18 Top 10 finishes and eight Top 5 outings. He also finished 11th in World of Outlaws (WoO) point standings.

The 2017 season saw Morgan Bagley compete in a total of 53 events powering the JCT Auto Sales #14m Super Late Model. Losing 13 of his scheduled dates to bad weather, Bagley collected 21 Top-10 outings and eight Top-5 finishes. He also finished in a tie for eighth with Chub Frank in the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series point standings.