Hallett is a 1.8 mile long road course that snakes along the gently rolling hills of Pawnee County. Over the years Brad and I have had the pleasure of racing on, over and around this track in a variety of machinery- everything from dirt bikes to go-karts to street motorcycles to racing cars. It's a fun track and a great facility.
Rex prepares to lap Hallett during an Alfa Romeo track day.
That's why I was so pleased to see Hallett listed on a recent blog about great racing courses in America. The article, from Sopwith Motorsports, offers some great history and insight on what it's like to race cars at Hallett.
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Hallett Motor Racing Circuit hosts car, motorcycle and go-kart races throughout the year in addition to track days for car and bike clubs and the enduro-style Oklahoma Gold Rush. Plus it's not a bad destination for a Sunday afternoon ride.
To learn more visit Hallett online at www.hallettracing.net.
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