Carl and Catalina get in their respective vehicles as the race starts. Carl speedily traverses to different areas of Red County in a ZR-350 until he reaches the finish line near the town of Montgomery first. As Catalina and Claude reach the finish line, she complains that Carl had an advantage. After his victory, Carl asks what his reward is, thinking it would either be a pink slip or money. What she gives him, however, is a deed to a garage in San Fierro. They need Claude's vehicle, as they will go off to Liberty City, and after another light argument, Catalina and Claude leave.
is working on his car, while he and the other racers wait for the race.
Catalina takes a crowbar out of her truck, comes over to Claude and kisses him on the cheek.
She then turns to Carl
and angrily walks over to him, making him wonder what he did to anger her.
She yells insults at Carl.
Carl asks her what's wrong.
Catalina takes offence at how Carl goes racing instead of seeing her again, despite telling him that their relationship was over during their last meeting
She asks Carl if he prefers cars over women.
Carl reminds Catalina that she herself ended their relationship.
Carl's words anger Catalina greatly.
She slowly walks closer to Carl's ZR-350
and explains her feelings.
After saying this, Catalina hits Carl's car over the hood with her crowbar.
She tries to break one of the car's lights, but Carl stops her.
He pushes her away and tells her to leave his car alone.
Hoping to not anger Catalina further, Carl tells her that he was racing to help them both.
Catalina says that she doesn't care about Carl's intentions anymore and that she's in love with another man.
This greatly confuses Carl, as if Catalina truly didn't love Carl anymore she wouldn't have just caused this scene.
Catalina says that because of Carl not visiting her, she built up lots of frustration and wanted to release it now.
Catalina says that smashing Carl's car up felt great and likens it to hitting a man with a frying pan while he sleeps.
She takes a step back and introduces Claude as her new lover.
She asks Carl if he's jealous and if he's willing to fight for her.
Carl tells her that he doesn't care about her leaving him.
Unable to take rejection, Catalina yells at Carl, calling him a jealous coward.
She then walks back to Claude and tells everyone that the race can start.
Claude and Catalina walks to Claude's car, while Carl is left shocked at just how crazy Catalina is.
The countdown before the race.
The thirteenth checkpoint.
The fourteenth checkpoint.
The fifteenth checkpoint.
The sixteenth checkpoint.
The seventeenth checkpoint.
The eighteenth checkpoint.
The nineteenth checkpoint.
The twentieth checkpoint.
The twenty-first checkpoint.
The twenty-second checkpoint.
The twenty-third checkpoint.
The twenty-fourth checkpoint.
The twenty-fifth checkpoint.
The twenty-sixth checkpoint.
The twenty-seventh checkpoint.
The twenty-eighth checkpoint.
The twenty-ninth checkpoint.
The thirtieth checkpoint.
The thirty-first checkpoint.
The thirty-second and final checkpoint.
After the race, Carl waits for Claude and Catalina to come over and give him the cash or pink-slip he won.
As Claude calmly walks to check on his car's condition, Catalina storms at Carl, yelling at him and claiming he had an unfair advantage.
Carl argues with Catalina and says that being a better driver isn't an "unfair" advantage.
Running out of things to say, Catalina says that despite Carl thinking he's clever, he's completely missing her point.
Catalina says that Claude lost because he was having sex with her while racing.
Claude takes a confused look at Catalina upon hearing her excuses, while she continues trying to make Carl jealous.
Carl takes a peek at Claude over Catalina's shoulder and says that him being able to do so is probably the advantage of the stick shift.
Carl asks Catalina if they're awarding him with a pink slip or cash.
Catalina hands Carl some papers that are neither cash, nor a pink slip.
Catalina starts walking off and says that she won't miss Carl.
As she starts walking off, Carl calls her and asks her what she just gave him.
Catalina says that they gave Carl the deed to a garage
that Claude owned in San Fierro
Catalina says that they won't give Carl a pink slip so they can go to Liberty City
Carl is surprised to hear that they'll be going so far away, to the same place that he just recently returned from
. He wishes them to have a good time.
Catalina says that they surely will.
A small chat breaks out between Carl and Catalina with both trying to prove to the other that they don't care about them going their separate ways.
Seeing that Catalina is trying to stall for time, Carl tells her to go with Claude and tells her that he won't be missing her.
Catalina says goodbye to Carl and walks off.