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November 30th, 2013 - Morgan Bagley Gets Sweet Redemption at Lone Star
1Morgan Bagley ended his 2013 season with a bang on Saturday evening by claiming sweet redemption in the annual Lone Star Turkey Nationals at Lone Star Speedway (Kilgore, Texas). The redemption came in the form of a $5,000 payday at the 3/8 mile oval, which marked his second win of the 2013 season.

In 2012 Morgan led a majority of the feature in the same event before a broken axle late in the going forced him to retire pitside before the checkered flag. As a result he returned to the scene of the crime for his final race of 2013 on Saturday afternoon hoping to score the redeeming win. By the time the checkered flag dropped on the finale, it was mission accomplished.

Thirty-one Super Late Models entered the program, which was sanctioned by the P&W Sales Southern United Professional Racing (SUPR) Super Late Models. A 4th to 1st run in his heat race locked Morgan into the pole position for the 50 lap finale, where he was joined on the front row by Robbie Stuart. As the feature race went green it was Bagley, who took control of the lead, and it would be a position he never relinquished as he led all 50 laps to score the victory over Rob Litton, Shane Hebert, Robbie Stuart, Allen Tippen, rounding out the top five finishers.

"Tonight was just a great way to make up for last year's bad luck in this race, and it's great to end our year with a big win," a relieved Bagley noted in victory lane. "After a year of staying on the road with WoO and going to a lot of new places, it was awesome to come home in front of so many friends, family, and sponsors to get this victory."

Full results from the event are available at

November 9th, 2013 - Bagley Concludes 2013 WoO Late Model Season
1Morgan Bagley concluded the 2013 World of Outlaws (WoO) Super Late Model campaign over the weekend with a trip to the Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Concord, North Carolina) for the 7th Annual World Finals.

A talented field of 74 entries registered for battle, and Thursday night's program was highlighted by two rounds of qualifying, which set the heat race line ups for Friday and Saturday night's $12,000-to-win programs. Via his effort in the first round of qualifying Morgan started 4th in his heat race. He ran in the 3rd and final transfer spot for the duration of the heat race before seeing Steve Shaver slip past for the final transfer spot on the final lap. As a result Bagley was relegated to a b-main, where he finished 2nd to lock into the 24th starting spot for the 50 lap finale. In the feature passing would be difficult so Bagley retired early to a 21st place finish.

On Saturday evening Morgan started 3rd in his heat race and finished 3rd to lock into the 18th starting spot for the 50 lap feature. Bagley enjoyed a solid run in the finale as he advanced six spots to a 12th place finish at the checkered flag.

Morgan finished 2nd in the WoO Rookie of the Year standings, and 8th in the overall standings. Full results from the weekend and the final standings are available at