Hallett ’24 Hoosier Super Tour: At A Glance

Excitement builds as the Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA® Super Tour (HST) passes the halfway point of the season, with the sixth of the 10 scheduled Super Tours of 2024 set to take place on April 20-21 at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit.

Hosted by SCCA’s Ark Valley Race Group, the Jennings, OK, facility is akin to a neighborhood clubhouse or playground for SCCA racers. Many competitors make it a point to be at Hallett each year and have been doing so for decades.

You, too, can be part of the scene because the Hallett HST weekend is open to spectators. Tickets are only $10 at the gate for single-day admission, or $25 for the whole weekend. Those presenting an active SCCA membership card at the gate will get free admission.

If you can’t be trackside for the fun, catch all the Hallett Hoosier Super Tour action online thanks to the live broadcast produced by DriversEye Live and anchored by announcers Brian Bielanski and Larry MacLeod.

Coverage will be streamed via the SCCA Official YouTube channel and SCCA Inc. Facebook page. Post-race video interviews with some winners from Saturday, plus Sunday victory podium celebration videos, can also be viewed at the SCCA Road Racing Facebook page.

As always, live Timing & Scoring will be found throughout the weekend at www.scca.com/live.

Hallett HST Timing & Broadcast

Who’s Coming to Hallett?

With numerous SCCA racers having visited Hallett year after year, it’s no surprise many know the track well. Still, the racing is always exciting, and young guns are often doing battle at the front.

A good example of this is Logan Stretch. The 20-year-old competitor is entered in the nearly 20-car Spec Miata (SM) field at Hallett. He took both SM victories at last year’s Hoosier Super Tour in Oklahoma, so he’s certainly a favorite to watch once again in the No. 98 Wheels America Racing/Pleasant Ridge Internal Medicine/G-LOC Brakes Mazda Miata.

Other drivers who swept class victories last year are back in the mix, too. That includes Formula Atlantic® racer Paul Ravaris, who will be driving the No. 5 Madhatter Golf/CR3 Capital Pro Formula Mazda in a four-car field; and Formula Continental® racer Robert Henson is in the four-car FC field driving the No. 14 HRB Sports/Carmelita’s Van Diemen RF-93.

Also looking to keep sweep streaks alive are Prototype 2 driver Jack Donnellan, who will be found in the No. 9 Quantum Mechanics/Mazda Carbir SR P2 car, and H Production’s Ralf Lindow wheeling the No. 53 Hoosier/Hawk/Summit Racing Volkswagen Golf in the six-entrant class. Then there’s ace driver Michael Pettiford, who’ll be doubling his fun once more driving the Touring 1 No. 41 GO 4 IT Racing Schools/Hoosier/Hawk/Forgeline/Phoenix Performance/Emich Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and the Touring 3 GO 4 IT Racing Schools/Hoosier/Hawk/Emich Pontiac Solstice GXP.

The link below sends you to the full entry list, which has the most current information on drivers planning to have #funwithcars and friends at the Hoosier Super Tour Hallett weekend.

Entry List

How It’ll Happen at Hallett

Hallett’s 1.8-mile, 10-turn track nestled in the rolling Osage Hills of Northeastern Oklahoma will be run counterclockwise again for this two-day Super Tour. Official on-track activities begin at 8 a.m. CDT Saturday with 20-minute qualifying for each of seven competition groups. Racing is then scheduled to begin at 12:20 p.m. with 25-minute contests for each of the seven groups.

The well-attended and popular All Participant Dinner, which offers up some really tasty food year after year, will again take place Saturday evening. Then on Sunday morning, another round of 15-minute qualifying is on the schedule for the seven run groups, followed by 35-minute or 27-lap races scheduled to begin at 10:55 a.m. local time.

Click the button below to review the entire schedule.

Hallett Schedule

Photo by Tim Turner, Hallett Foto Shop