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Official 2021 - Hallett Grand Prix - 8+7-Hour Enduro


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44.jpg   May 15-May 16, 2021
HALLETT MOTOR RACING CIRCUIT: 8+7-Hour Enduro, $1475
Cleveland, OK
"Hallett Grand Prix"
Early Pay Discount Ends: March 16, 2021
Event Director: chelsey.vickery@champcar.org
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Download Supplemental Rules and Event Info

 

Hallett Test Day Friday - Organized by the track.
https://hallettracing.configio.com/pd/3282/?code=BooaWoMo3u
 

CHAMP Test & Tune practice day Friday, May 14, 2021 - $300/team

  • Early entry parking access on Thursday 5-10pm
  • Gates open Friday 7am, driver meeting 8:30am, on track 9am
  • Finish Line Cafe open for breakfast & lunch
  • Fuel pumps available on-site (93 no ethanol unleaded, 98 Sunoco GT, and 110 Sunoco CAM2)
  • Limited covered raceports/RV hookups --call Karen @ 918-356-4814 to reserve
  • Bench racing happy hour after T&T ~ 5-7pm with cash bar in outdoor Diamond Pavilion
  • No refunds on this event

 

 

Entries for Hallett Grand Prix
Limited to 60 entries   Updated 5/10/2021

    Team Name Car # Year Make Model
1.   2nd Chance Racing 102 1994 Nissan Sentra SE-R
2.   4 pumps and an apology 132 1990 Nissan 300ZX
3.   Basil Weenie Racing 6 1990 Mazda Miata
4.   Battle Scarred Motorsports 220 1996 Ford Crown Vic
5.   Cuzzin' Racing 990 1989 Volkswagen Cabriolet
6.   Dallas Makerspace 301 1995 Nissan 240SX
7.   Dead Pedal Racing 185 1987 Maserati BiTurbo
8.   DevonLube.com / Let's Rock Racing 817 1995 Ford Mustang
9.   For Sale 989 1989 Toyota Celica
10.   K H Motorsports 28 1966 Ford Mustang
11.   Kentucky Fried Racing 45 1997 BMW 328is
12.   Killer Clowns 474 2005 Ford Mustang
13.   Kinkle 840 1986 Ford Ford Mustang
14.   Knight Industries Racing 502 1989 Pontiac Firebird
15.   Liquid A$$ Racing 214 1997 BMW 328i
16.   Looney Tunes 101 1989 Ford Mustang
17.   McMillan Motorsports 681 1992 BMW M3
18.   Night Fury Racing 919 1984 Toyota Celica
19.   Party Girl 266 1998 Mercedes C230
20.   PTS 429 1996 BMW 318Ti
21.   Pure Black Racing 20 2000 Audi A4
22.   Siamo Tutti Piloti 753 1994 mazda Miata
23.   SideTrack Racing 190 2000 Ford Escort ZX2
24.   Social D Racing 127 1999 Porsche Boxster
25.   TDN Racing 49 1985 Toyota Celica
26.   Team Hong Kong Phooey! 669 1994 Mazda Miata
27.   Texas Thunder 797 1991 Mazda Miata
28.   Touchstone Racing 800 1992 Mazda Miata
29.   Two Beaners in a Bucket 00 2000 Mazda Miata
30.   USMC Racing 412 2011 Ford Crown Vic
31.   USMC Racing 282 1974 Ford Pinto Wagon
32.   Wheels America Racing 998 1999 Mazda Miata
33.   Williams Racing Group 288 1999 Mazda Miata
34.   Z-Bros 750 1994 Nissan 300zx
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Same direction both days per the event director.
We discussed times that we would go full course yellow, pit lane closed, allow people to leave the track, and then back to green. We think we have the process down. Now we just need to sort out the times. Will post more when I get that.

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If you are wondering about going to Hallett. I went to track day last Thursday. Track is fun. First time there. Put all my testing on YouTube. It was cold. It rained. It was sunny. Plan on see you in May.

 

Ask me anything here to help. Only 24 signed up plenty of room on the track to race. Lots of elevation changes and blind corners. Track follows the land.

 

Holiday inn in Sand Springs was nice. Good breakfast. Closest nicest thing to the track and 30 min. away. Walmart and food all around the hotel. 

 

Check out the history of the track. Been around since the 60s.  Rich kid built a track and drove well in his career. 

 

See the links below. More on YouTube. Rented a Garmin Catylisis. Great tool with no coach in the car with you. This is the videos. 

 

Champcar Testing - Hallett - 86 Mustang - CC part 2- 3-25-21

 

Champar Testing - Hallett - Turn 9 3-25-22

Champcar Testing - Too much power - CC - 3-25-21

 

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From VIR, Hallet is only an 18-hour drive.

13-Hours from Road Atlanta.

10-Hours from Indy.

8-Hours from Harris Hill.

6-Hours from St. Louis.

And 3-hours from the Chickasaw Nation.

 

Myself, tech, and timing will be driving out to Hallet from around the VIR area. Road trip!

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Hallett have just completed 8 new RV parking spots with FULL hookups (electric, sewer, water) that are now also available to rent for $75/day.
Tech will be in the open air raceport. Look for the CCES Tech flags.

Registration will be inside the tower on the first floor.
No masks are required, but we would like social distancing.
 

 

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57 minutes ago, Luckyontheducky said:

Will there be any change to the prohibition of visitors/spectators contained in the supplemental rules?

The CEO posted this earlier this month in the Watkins Glen thread, it may answer your question but it is somewhat specific to Watkins Glen:

 

I keep pushing this out, and it is important to remember this detail. ChampCar does not ever allow spectators. We are insured as a member-only club. We have no coverage for spectators, and if our event is classified as a spectator event the track rental fees increase dramatically because the track has to meet their insurance requirements for spectators. So spectator is a bad word.

 

We can allow visitors to purchase a one-time membership for the event weekend. This does allow friends, family, etc entry into an event and meets the insurance requirement for membership. I know it seems like just a wording thing, but it's an important detail to ensure we remain in compliance with our insurance contract.

 

For the Watkins Glen race, we have very specific guidance from the track stating that every one attending the event must be registered, in advance as a driver or crewmember on a team. ChampCar has to provide a complete list of all participants prior to the event, pulled directly from that registration list. This is the written directive we have from the track. If that changes we will provide an update, but this is what we are currently operating under. 

 

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On 3/29/2021 at 6:13 PM, 333 Kinkle said:

If you are wondering about going to Hallett. I went to track day last Thursday. Track is fun. First time there. Put all my testing on YouTube. It was cold. It rained. It was sunny. Plan on see you in May.

 

Ask me anything here to help. Only 24 signed up plenty of room on the track to race. Lots of elevation changes and blind corners. Track follows the land.

 

Holiday inn in Sand Springs was nice. Good breakfast. Closest nicest thing to the track and 30 min. away. Walmart and food all around the hotel. 

 

Check out the history of the track. Been around since the 60s.  Rich kid built a track and drove well in his career. 

 

See the links below. More on YouTube. Rented a Garmin Catylisis. Great tool with no coach in the car with you. This is the videos. 

 

Champcar Testing - Hallett - 86 Mustang - CC part 2- 3-25-21

 

Champar Testing - Hallett - Turn 9 3-25-22

Champcar Testing - Too much power - CC - 3-25-21

 

Your long pulls on the straights gave me flashbacks to Steve McQueen in Bullett dragging that 68 up the hills outside of San Fran. Sound is a dead ringger on my phone anyway lol.

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On 3/18/2021 at 8:36 PM, Bill Strong said:

Same direction both days per the event director.
We discussed times that we would go full course yellow, pit lane closed, allow people to leave the track, and then back to green. We think we have the process down. Now we just need to sort out the times. Will post more when I get that.

 

Any updates on these procedures?

 

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19 hours ago, Luckyontheducky said:

 

Any updates on these procedures?

 

 

I'll check. Sorry, staff have taken a very needed time off phase the past few days. 

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After a meeting with the event director it was decided that once the green flag drops, the race will continue uninterrupted unto the checkered flag when the track will open back up. So bring everything you need for an endurance race event.

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4 minutes ago, Bill Strong said:

After a meeting with the event director it was decided that once the green flag drops, the race will continue uninterrupted unto the checkered flag when the track will open back up. So bring everything you need for an endurance race event.

Bring one of these in case you need to get parts to your pit crew from outside the track:

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