Gearing up for your Supercar Track Xperience at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit?
This scenic 1.8-mile road course located in the rolling hills of Oklahoma. It is narrow, filled with elevation changes and technical turns, that rewards skillful drivers. However, this is not a track that you want to just “learn as you go”!
Whether you’re visiting Hallett’s track for the first time or returning for another Supercar Track Xperience with us, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a guide to Hallett, completed by our top instructors and seasoned event staff, to help you conquer the track that is known to make quick-work of proving your worth as a supercar driver.
How to speed your way from the parking lot through the finish line
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Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is located at: 59901 E 5500 Rd, Jennings, OK 74038
Your reserved time is your Xtreme Xperience Check-In time. Please be at our Check-In area at the time you reserved, and have your driver’s license and confirmation out and ready. We will accept your confirmation via paper form or on your mobile device. All guests will be required to sign our waivers and receive XX wristband before entering the event. Reminder: Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is in Central Time Zone.
For XX Guests, there are no fees to park at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit.
All guests must sign track waiver upon entering track. Customer parking is located on the interior of the racing circuit; track must be crossed over to enter/exit parking area.
Any XX branded area after Check-In is considered the “Pit Area” and adults will need a spectator pass. VIP Pit Pass access ($10 per adult) provides closer spectator viewing in the pit area (kids under 12 are FREE but must be with an adult). Tented seating, bleachers, close photo opportunities, and waters are included in the Pit Pass, but cannot be promised for free spectator areas.
Drone usage/ aerial footage is not permitted.
After checking in you will attend a driver’s briefing which lasts around 25 minutes.
The classroom is located on the 2nd floor of the Café. Unfortunately, access to the classroom is not handicap friendly.
As our program is always evolving and safety is always strengthening, it is required that every driver (no matter how many times you have enjoyed our program) attend the driver’s briefing. No exceptions.
We are a rain or shine experience so on average, our experiences are not postponed and refunds are not provided due to inclement weather (as long as track conditions remain safe). A day-of reschedule request is a $100 fee, unless we have postponed.
If we postpone an event you will be alerted via Email and text message, and we have up to 12 months to provide a reschedule date at a track location close to you. Please visit our FAQ for more information on postponements or cancellations.
How to conquer the track – like a Pro
Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is a fun track to drive, but it’s also very challenging due to its elevation changes and blind turns. For this reason alone, we recommend a ride along in the lead car for 3-discovery laps, to get your eyes ready for your drive. This will make you faster on the track, as opposed to learning as you go.
- As you drive through Turn One, be sure to look up to the top of the hill ahead. Spotting the cone placed on the right side of the road will keep you on the track as you exit the first turn. – Brad Pines (Chief Instructor)
- Not only is Turn Two a very sharp left-hander, but it is also blind. Be sure to take it slow during your first lap, and be ready to turn left as you make your way over the hill. – Cal DeNyse (Lead Instructor)
- Turn Four and Five require added awareness as you are coming over a hill, this time be prepared to turn right. Once you are straight, it is a hard braking zone. You can build up speed on your second and third laps, but you won’t know where you are going until you have been there. – Cal DeNyse
- When exiting Turn Five, “Bird Turn”, be sure to look all the way downhill to the next turn-in cone at Turn Six. This will keep you on a straight line, and help prevent running wide and off the track. – Brad Pines
- The best trick to help navigate a blind turn is to establish reference points. These are fixed items on or near the track that will help guide your way through or into a blind turn. For example, as you enter Turn Seven you’ll see what appears to be 3 power line poles in the distance…aim for the poles until you crest the hill, then get your eyes on track, because you’re in the middle of “The Bi*ch Turn” as Hallett calls it. This turn is famous for throwing off the tempo of drivers, causing them to turn in too early, or braking too much, resulting in some sticky situations. – Jeremy Rivera (Core Instructor)
- An excellent rule is to always have the wheels straight while crossing a hill and looking to the apex cone at Turn Nine will keep you from turning. Keep straight as you cross that blind hill, and brake straight as you land and run to the outside of the track. – Brad Pines
- Be patient on the last turn, leading into the straight. It takes longer than you might think to get through there. Use your eyes and make sure you can see the straight before you accelerate, otherwise your front end will wash out to the right. – Cal DeNyse
Final word from our lead Instructor – Brad Pines:
Make yourself have ‘Hungry Eyes‘ and keep seeking the next set of track cones. Plan ahead, don’t react. Relax and have fun, we’re all about making lifetime memories, so don’t worry too much about a little bit of time here or there. Hallett is one of the most enjoyable road courses in America, which means that driving it in an Xtreme Xperience Supercar, will be even more amazing!
As always, we recommend that you purchase a photo and video package to remember your Xtreme Xperience forever! That way, you can see if you remembered to stay smooth through all those blind turns, and hit all the apexes. Now get out there and remember to Keep Calm and Turn in!
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