NEXT EVENT  Friday, March 8
Hall hired as Arrowhead Speedway General Manager, focusing on inaugural season in 2023

September 16, 2022

Bryce Hall has been hired to be the General Manager of the all-new Arrowhead Speedway.

Bryce Hall has been hired to be the General Manager of the all-new Arrowhead Speedway.

As construction of the all-new Arrowhead Speedway in Colcord, Okla., continues, owners Willie and Elizabeth Gammill have hired Bryce Hall to oversee the racing program at the 1/3-mile semi-banked dirt oval.

Hall, who currently serves as the Director of Track Operations for the United States Racing Association (USRA), Series Director of the USRA American Racer Modified Series and announcer for the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS), will officially take the reins at Arrowhead Speedway upon completion of the 2022 racing season.

In the meantime, Hall will fulfill his duties with the USRA and USMTS to close out 2022, while also preparing for Arrowhead Speedway’s 2023 racing season on a part-time basis. 
Hall, whose vast experience in the dirt track racing industry includes the promotion of Salina Highbanks Speedway near Salina, Okla., during the 2017 and 2018 seasons, is ready to hit the ground running for a full season of racing in 2023.

“The Gammills and I really have the same vision for what racing will look like here at Arrowhead,” Hall said. “We want to build a strong, sustainable weekly program that will grow into the future while also showcasing a great facility with marquee events.”

The Arrowhead Speedway facility will boast multiple VIP suites, paved roads, new Musco LED Sports Lighting and many other modern, one-of-a-kind amenities that are sure to set the venue apart from others.

“We’re building a state-of-the-art facility,” Willie Gammill added. “So we have to create a program that will match it and Bryce is well-suited to lead the charge.” 
Details regarding the 2023 season are forthcoming with a full schedule already in the works. Weekly racing will take place on Friday nights and classes will feature four USRA-sanctioned divisions including Modifieds, Stock Cars, B-Mods and Tuners while other select divisions in the area will also get the opportunity to race at Arrowhead Speedway on a limited basis as the schedule allows.

As schedules begin to form and details are worked out, several marquee special events are also in the works for the track’s debut campaign.

The Arrowhead Speedway is located 5.5 miles west of Arkansas/Oklahoma State Line on US Hwy. 412. For more information visit arrowheadspeedway.com or the track’s Facebook page.