Track Information

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, Oklahoma, at the Highway 99 exit of the Cimarron Turnpike.

Hallett has over 80 feet of elevation change and is considered Technically Difficult. It has wide, grassy run-off 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.

For over 30 years, Hallett Motor Racing Circuit has played host to Auto Racing, Motorcycles and High Speed Go Karts. Organizations that run at Hallett include:

  • Competition Motor Sports Association (COMMA)
  • NASA Summer Shootout
  • Sports Car Club of America (SCCA)
  • Central Motorcycle Riders Association
  • Local and National Porsche, Shelby, Alfa Romeo, Corvette, BMW, Viper and Ferrari clubs
  • Audi and Porsche HPDE
  • Xtreme Xperiences
  • CHIN, ChumpCar, World Racing League
  • Corinthian Vintage Racing

A Flexible Venue

Since opening in 1976, Hallett has played host to virtually every type of motorsports event. Whether it's professional or amateur auto racing, SCCA or regional club racing or motorcycles. Hallett Motor Racing Circuit can accommodate you and your event. But don't delay; event weekends fill up fast. Give us a call to get details, information, or scheduling options for this exciting road course.


Spectators are offered exciting views of the action from three grandstands and from hillsides throughout the infield. Hallett's well-maintained facilities include garages, raceports, the Finish Line Cafe, restrooms, a timing and scoring building with a VIP lounge, press facilities, and a gift shop.