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March 9th, 2013 - Morgan Bagley Finishes Thirteenth in Pelican 100
Morgan invaded familiar territory over the weekend as he took part in the 3rd Annual Pelican 100 at Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana). Forty-seven Super Late Models entered the $10,000-to-win, unsanctioned event, and struggles in time trials on Friday night left him starting ninth on the grid for his heat race. With the top three finishers moving onto the feature, Bagley finished fifth, which left him starting on the second row of a b-main on Saturday night. In the b-main he recorded a fourth place finish, which locked him into the twentieth starting spot for the 100 lap finale.

The main event would prove to be adventurous for Bagley as contact with Dane Dacus on lap 10 sent both drivers to the tail. Morgan would rebound to charge up to the 14th position, when contact from Bub McCool forced him over the banking to bring out the caution. After heading pitside for a fresh, right-rear tire he again rejoined the tail of the field before ultimately registering a thirteenth place finish in the final rundown. Full results from the event are available at

March 6th, 2013 - Morgan Bagley Wins TMS Most Popular Driver Award
Morgan Bagley found out today that he out-battled hundreds of other competitors by a landslide margin to win the Most Popular Driver Award at the Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway. Click Here to watch the interview.

March 2nd, 2013 - Bagley Finishes Sixth at Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track
1 Team 14 traveled to The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway (Justin, Texas) on Saturday for the annual Port-A-Cool Texas World Dirt Track Championship, which posted a $3,500 check for the winner of the P&W Sales Southern United Professional Racers (SUPR) Super Late Model event. With thirty-nine Super Late Models entered into the program Morgan started his outing by advancing from the seventh starting spot to a second place finish, which locked him into the fifth starting spot for the finale.

Early in the caution-plagued feature Bagley slipped as far back as the seventh position before mounting a charge into the top five late in the race. His charge to the front would come to a hault in the closing laps, and he slipped to a sixth place finish behind race winner, Shane Hebert, Rob Litton, Jeremy Payne, Jason Krohn, and Timothy Culp.

Bagley also jumped behind the wheel of the #12 IRP Open Wheel Modified over the course of the weekend to contend for the $3,000 top prize. With over seventy entries in the pits he earned a starting spot in the main event via a last chance race. After starting twenty-first on the grid he advanced to a seventeenth place finish despite handling issues.

Full results from both divisions from the event are available at