R.O.N. Raceway's High Speed Ring is easily the longest of all the track variations. It runs a large loop around the outside of the main circuit and skips past all the more complex sections of corners, meaning you're likely to be at full throttle for around 95% of the lap. Also containing the iconic Bus Stop and Silverstone-esque chicanes, the High Speed Ring requires you to be as brave as possible in whatever vehicle you're driving to get the best lap time.
All roads have been officially closed as the city of Los Santos plays host to its most famous race. Held on a fast and flowing street circuit with some tricky technical sections, this provides a significant challenge to even the most serious racing drivers. Don't get distracted by other racers passing close by in some areas, and be very careful on the tight hairpin turns! Good luck!
Skyline Raceway is presented to you by the famous SAPCounsel Parking Company. You will experience highspeed in a way you never have before. Known for its enormous G-forces this track will bring men and machine to its limit. Parking only 69$ a day!
Fort Zancudo has opened up for the day, giving the serving men and women of San Andreas a day off, to put on a motorsport show. Soldiers and racers competing alongside, with the families and friends watching up close. Control Tower has given the all clear, start your engines.
One of the most spectacular places to have a race. Just north for the Vinewood hills, where the rivers and roads winds up and down the hills, and are creating the perfect scene for a unique racing circuit. I like to call this place - The Great Hills. Racing in these circumstances will truly provide some great experiences, with a perfect view of the almighty Mount Chiliad on the northern section of the circuit, and an unforgettable view over the city of Los Santos on the southern section.
Show off the top speed of your super car on the highway straight, reach the limit of traction in the uphill sweeping high-speed chicane after the first turn and prove your defensive skills in wide open corners without panicking.
With the picturesque Alamo Sea and the intimidating Mt. Chilliad as a backdrop, this racing circuit carves a path around the rolling hills of Blaine County and is regarded by many drivers as rivalling Circuit de la Sarthe as the ultimate test of endurance. Once a year racing fans from all over the world arrive in Blaine County to witness one of the best 24 hour races on the calendar. This is a long, very high speed racetrack which punishes those who aren't giving it their full attention.