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Hallett Motor Racing Circuit Group

For over 30 years, Hallett Motor Racing Circuit has played host to Auto Racing, Motorcycles and High Speed Go Karts. Groups: Porsche, Shelby, Alfa Romeo, Corvette, BMW, Viper and Ferrari clubs. Contact:Scott or Connie Stephens Phone: (918) 356-4814

Website: http://www.hallettracing.net/
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Latest Activity: Nov 11, 2014

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Comment by Pete Hoekenga on October 11, 2008 at 9:23am
If you get the opportunity to drive this track, do it! It is, by far, my favorite race course. The Stephens family make all of the events seem like a homecoming, and the track itself is very challenging and well maintained. Scott Clark and I may miss a CVAR race or two each year, but we always plan to make it to Hallett.
Comment by bluke1 on October 9, 2008 at 8:49pm
ive driven hallett a handful of times, the most recent being last year in a miata, but my nissan is finally ready to hit the track again after a few year hiatus. i will also make the next event, and hopefully, many more next year!
Comment by Jason Jones on October 8, 2008 at 10:07am
I love racing but, I have only driven Hallett 2 times. Once clockwise, once counter-clockwise. The first time, I became addicted and bought a car to build soon after. It's been a long build but I will finally take it out on the track during round 8 on Sunday. I will probably be put in PA. Not for certain, the car looks GT3 but the motor is too mild for GT3. I hope to run 1:38 or better (prefer better) the first time out. Lookin for solid, steady times before I make any adjustments. I welcome any advice regarding the line or the setup as I am starting with a blank slate.
Comment by Stephen Page on October 6, 2008 at 3:17pm
Hallett is my and most of CVAR's favorite track and weekend event. The Stephen's family have no equal for hospitality and helpful resources. The food and service are great. The Saturday night party's are just what's needed to scramble our senses for Sunday's races.
Our hats are off to you and the Hallett family for creating one of the "racing gems" in America.
Comment by Heath Jones on October 5, 2008 at 8:04pm
Edit***....Good ole boys.....and girls too!!!....My apoligies ladies...did not mean to leave anyone out...their just as fast too!!!!!
Comment by Matt J. Armfield on October 4, 2008 at 12:28pm
I agree, Hallett is one of, if not my favorite track. I always definitively said it was my favorite until I ran on Heartland Parks new configuration this spring. I didn't think I was going to like it where they straightened out turn 1 and the kink at the back but it is a real hoot. I think Randy Probst once spoke of the thrill of high speed corners at the limit. He stated "that is where the God's are". (I mean no disrespect to our true Lord) I was going through the back kink before the bridge at over 100. I would just tap the brakes ever so slightly to settle & plant the front end, then mat the gas. My finances have been grim since my wife was injured over a year ago, lost her job and is elegible for zero assistance. I will be back out for sure. Of late I have just instructed at DE events for track time but I can barely cover the costs of even that with brakes & tires. I hope to be out to play soon. Matt
Comment by Heath Jones on October 3, 2008 at 6:03pm
Come on out to the track...we dont care what you drive as long as you're willing to drive it.....Hst group is a fun way to learn a track in your street car...and the local COMMA racing group is a bunch of good ole boys who are willing to be clean and fast!!!!!!!....Inexpensive....(well)....as long as your car cooperates!!!...heh....and alot of fun!!!!...Been out for three years now, and plan on never leaving!!!!
Comment by Chaoticmass on October 3, 2008 at 5:33pm
Hallett is my fav track. The track is always exciting and the crew are always great.
 

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