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Hahn Family Takes Over At Creek County (OK)
May 15, 2018
Creek County Speedway, a 1/4-mile dirt track in Belleville, Oklahoma, will be managed by the Hahn family beginning with Friday’s ASCS Red River Region Sprints event. Longtime manager Steve Gran recently stepped down to focus on personal duties.
Hahn Family Takes Over At Creek County (OK)

Creek County Speedway, a 1/4-mile dirt track in Belleville, Oklahoma, will be managed by the Hahn family beginning with Friday’s ASCS Red River Region Sprints event.

Creek County Speedway had been leased and managed by Steve Gran for the past five years. A long-time friend of the Hahn family, Gran had been in talks with Creek County Speedway owner Emmett Hahn about stepping down for some time.

“Steve had spoken with me several times about things he had going on, and projects that he was needing to get done. This was going to be his last season, but it just got to where he was getting so far behind on his own work and projects that something had to give,” Emmett said.

“In no way are we upset with Steve or his decision to leave. He works with us at Shootout and Chili Bowl and is one of the smartest people I know. To put it bluntly, the man can fix just about anything. I understand completely needing to reprioritize to make sure you’re able to take care of family and work obligations.”

Creek County Speedway will continue to operate weekly on Saturday nights with champ sprints, modifieds, dwarf cCars, factory stocks and mini stocks on the card.

Creek County Speedway is located between Sapulpa and Kellyville on Hwy. 66. The track was first built by the Hahn family in 1985 as a 1/8-mile Micro track, expanded to a 1/5-mile in 1989, and set to its current 1/4-mile configuration in 1992 as a lead up to the formation of the American Sprint Car Series.

Weekly racing hours of operation will see gates opening at 5 p.m., followed by Hot Laps at 6:30 p.m. Races get underway at 7 p.m. Normal admission prices are $10 for adults, $6 for kids 11-14, and free for children under the age of 10.