Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is a 1.8-mile, 10-turn road racing course in the rolling Osage Hills of North Eastern Oklahoma. It is located 35 miles west of Tulsa and has over 80 feet of elevation change. It has wide, grassy runoff areas and zero concrete or Armco barriers. Hallett is unique in that it can be run in either clockwise or counter-clockwise directions making it two completely different race courses.
Nationwide Points Picture Develops after Sunday Hoosier Super Tour at Hallett
JENNINGS, Oklahoma (April 9, 2017) – Competition Sunday at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit was top notch as racers took advantage of the Hoosier...Read more
JENNINGS, Oklahoma (April 8, 2017) – Racing Saturday opened the fifth round of Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA® Super Tour competition this year. Drivers participating in the event, hosted by the SCCA’s Arkansas Valley Race Group...Read more
Storylines/Things to Watch:Okay, OK – The Hoosier Racing Tire SCCA® Super Tour makes its one-and-only Mid-States Conference stop this year April 8-9 at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in a joint event with the Southern...Read more
Don't believe the map provided on this page. It is telling you that Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is located in beautiful downtown Hominy, Oklahoma. This is something like 20 miles north of the true location. The only similarity is that they are both close to State Highway 99. The true location of HMRC is just south of of US Highway 412, aka Cimmaron Turnpike and about 1 mile west of State Highway 99. The eastern toll plaza - exit of the Turnpike, US 412, is at the OK SH 99 intersection.