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March 29th, 2014 - Bagley Returns to World of Outlaws Series Action
1Morgan resumed action with the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series on Saturday evening at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) after Friday night's program at Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, Texas) was washed away by Mother Nature.

Thirty-nine entries registered for battle in the $10,000-to-win event, and Bagley failed to make the transfer into the main event via heat race action but winning the b-main locked him into the eighteenth starting spot. During the course of the 50 lap feature, Morgan advanced to a fourteenth place finish at the checkered flag.

Full results from the event are available at

March 14th, 2014 - Bagley Lands Top Ten Finish in Pelican 100
Looking to capitalize on a big win just one week ago, Morgan Bagley resumed action on Friday night in the 4th Annual Pelican 100 at Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana). The event was originally scheduled as a two-day, $10,000-to-win program, but officials elected to cut it to a one-day, $5,000-to-win event with threatening weather forecasted for the remainder of the weekend.

Fifty-one Super Late Models entered the unsanctioned event, and a third place finish in his heat race locked Morgan into the sixteenth starting spot for the 50 lap finale. Despite his eighth row starting spot, Bagley drove his way up to a respectable twelfth place finish at the checkered flag.

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March 8th, 2014 - Bagley Victorious in Texas World Dirt Track Championship
After a discouraging start to the weekend, Morgan Bagley recovered from a crash in Thursday night's practice session to score a very satisfying victory in Saturday's Port-A-Cool Texas World Dirt Track Championship at Texas Motor Speedway (Justin, Texas).

During Thursday night's practice session, Morgan made contact with his teammate, Zach McMillan of Kilgore, Texas. When McMillan spun out it left Bagley with nowhere to go and the end result was heavy right-side damage to his #14m P&W Sales/Rocket/Clements Super Late Model. The crew hustled back to their headquarters, in what was nearly a five-hour round trip, to piece Morgan's mangled machine back together before race day.

Thirty-seven entries were on hand for the Super Late Model portion of the event, all ready to battle for the $3,500 prize and the coveted cowboy hat trophy. Morgan drew the outside pole of the fourth heat race and went on to claim the win over Chris Brown, locking him into the third starting spot for the main event. Bagley jumped out to the early lead in the 40 lap feature with Brown in tow. Brown would take over the top spot on lap thirteen and show the way before Bagley motored by again on lap 26. Despite Brown's efforts to re-assume command in the final ten circuits, Bagley continued to pull away and grab his first victory of the 2014 season. Brown settled for a distant second, some 2.8 seconds behind the winner, followed by Ryan Gustin, Jon Mitchell, and Rodney Sanders rounding out the top five.

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