to Step Away from Racing in 2021; Aligns More w/ McCreadie
20, 2021) Fresh off rotator cuff surgery last fall,
"Bagz" Daniel Baggerly has recently made the decision
that he will likely not compete during the 2021 racing season.
While an opportunity may present itself as the year goes on
to race in some form or fashion, Daniel and his father/team
owner Jim Baggerly have opted to lend their equipment to Paylor
Motorsports and driver Tim McCreadie should they need it during
their hunt for the 2021 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National
The time off from racing will allow Daniel to
spend more time with family and a new business venture. Daniel's
wife Kim has recently started a new business - The Aesthetic
Haus, which is located at 408 West Mountain Street in Kernersville,
North Carolina 27284. Kim, who is a board certified nurse practitioner,
recently launched the premier skincare boutique specializing
in Botox, dermal fillers, and medical grade skincare products.
Kim can be reached by phone in the boutique at (336) 390-2020.
Learn more and contact Kim online for booking by visiting www.the-aesthetic-haus.com
or follow The Aesthetic Haus on Instagram (@the.aesthetic.haus)
and Facebook (The Aesthetic Haus).
Forced to Finish Season Early with Torn Rotator Cuff
(October 15, 2020) With the
hope of competing in at least a couple of more races to close
out his 2020 season, Daniel Baggerly was forced to nix those
plans recently due to suffering a partial tear in his rotator
cuff. The injury will keep him out of the car for at least the
next two months - ruining any plans of the Kernersville, North
Carolina driver hitting the track again before the end of the
year. Daniel entered only four races during his abbreviated
'20 season, but was fast in knocking down a pair of podium finishes
and one additional Top Ten performance. His best run of the
year came back on July 25 at Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin,
North Carolina, as he bagged an impressive runner-up effort
in a Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series special event. Keep
up with the B&B Motorsports team throughout the off-season,
as 2021 plans will be unveiled as soon as possible!
Daniel Baggerly Lands
on Podium in Blue Ridge Show at Wythe!
20, 2020) After several rain-outs over the past month,
B&B Motorsports and driver Daniel Baggerly returned to racing
action on Saturday evening, September 19 at Wythe Raceway in
Rural Retreat, Virginia. The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series
invaded the picturesque, 1/2-mile speedplant to preside over
a $1,500 to win throwdown. Daniel stopped the clock third fastest
overall during the qualifying session before running second
in the fast dash. The Kernersville, North Carolina ace then
started the A-Main from the outside of the front row, but battled
a loose racecar from the drop of the green flag. Daniel eventually
hung on for a strong third place podium performance behind only
victor Trevor Cregger and runner-up Matthew Nance. Full results
from Wythe Raceway can be obtained by logging onto www.blueridgeolm.com.
Baggerly Claims Runner-Up
Effort at Friendship Motor Speedway!
26, 2020) Daniel Baggerly and the B&B Motorsports
team invaded Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin, North Carolina
on Saturday night, July 25. The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model
Series sanctioned a $1,200 to win throwdown in the Tarheel State
and Daniel started off his evening by knocking down the third
quickest lap overall during the qualifying session. After placing
second in the dash, Daniel started the 25-lap main event from
the outside of the front row. The Kernersville, North Carolina
native then fell back to as far as fifth in the running order
before making a charge to finish a strong runner-up behind only
race winner Matthew Nance! Complete results from Friendship
Motor Speedway can be viewed by clicking on www.blueridgeolm.com.
Mechanical Woes Force
Baggerly to Retire Early in Wythe Return
12, 2020) The B&B Motorsports team returned to
the track that started it all - Wythe Raceway - on Saturday
evening, July 11, as the Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals
Series sanctioned the second event of their annual miniseries
at the Rural Retreat, Virginia speedplant and a $10,053 top
prize was on the line. Daniel Baggerly, a former resident of
Rural Retreat, timed in ninth fastest in Group B during the
qualifying session and later wound up ninth in his loaded heat
race. After rolling off from the outside of the ninth row in
the 53-lap main event, Daniel's race was unfortunately a short
one, as an oil leak caused him to retire in the twentieth finishing
position. Full results from the picturesque Wythe Raceway can
be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Baggerly Back in Super
Late Model; Gets Top Ten in 2020 Debut
7, 2020) Daniel Baggerly returned to Super Late Model
competition in his 2020 season opener on Saturday night, June
6 at Lancaster Motor Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina!
The Ultimate Super Late Model Series roared into the Palmetto
State speedplant and a $4,000 winner's check was up for grabs.
Daniel stopped the clock seventh fastest overall of the sixteen
entrants during qualifying and later rolled off from the inside
of the fourth row for the start of the 40-lap main event. "Bagz"
ran inside of the top ten throughout the attrition-filled race
before retiring himself after only 29 circuits. With only seven
competitors completing each and every lap, Daniel was still
credited with a ninth place performance in his 2020 lid lifter.
Full results from Lancaster Motor Speedway can be viewed online