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Hallet Motor Speedway

Nestled in the Osage Hills 35 miles west of Tulsa, tucked into the southwest corner of the junction of the Cimarron Turnpike and State Highway 99 is the Hallett Motor Racing Circuit.  Opened in 1976, Hallett has played host to auto racing, motorcycles, and high-speed go-karts.  Some of the organizations that run this circuit are Competition Motor Sports Association (COMMA), Sports Car Club of America (SCCA), Central Motorcycle Riders Association, and many other local and national racing clubs.  After much use, the track was starting to show its age.  The surface was losing grip and had serious fatigue cracking especially in some of the curves, which was affecting the racing on the course.   Plans were made to mill out the areas that were not structurally sound, patch where needed, level where needed, and place a two-inch overlay on the track.  There was an area of 1400 feet on the track that was in good shape, so to save some money that section was fog sealed.  Because of asphalt's quick speed of construction, the project started on April 21st and was ready for opening day on April 27th. 

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