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"Everyone knows the health and safety board are too strapped for cash to stress test The Land Act Dam. Maybe that's why they gave a private company the rights to build a high speed open wheel racetrack. Nothing will confirm its sturdiness like a dozen exquisitely fine-tuned ultra performance machines smashing into the first corner. Lap race for open wheel cars."
―Race description.

Dam is an Open Wheel Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Los Santos Summer Special update, released on August 11, 2020. It is available for up to 16 players.


The race is a 33 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 10 laps. The pit lane is located between checkpoints 31 and 1.

The race takes place at the Land Act Reservoir. Players start facing south, and once the race commences, they race down the short straight, quickly coming to a slight left turn, followed by two right-hand turns. After those, they race down a short straight and then around a left-hand hairpin turn, followed by a right-hand kink.

The racers then come to a number of corners, including two hairpin turns. This section also has no barriers, so larger run-off areas are present. At checkpoint 12, there is an almost 90-degree turn to the left, followed by a right-hand hairpin turn. The players then race down a straight and around a long sweeping right-hand corner. After this, the racers make their way up an incline, followed by five corners.

After players traverse these, they race down a long, relatively straight part of track, coming to a tight right-hand hairpin turn, which leads the racers to the pit straight, where the start/finish line is located.




GTA Online Tracks - Open Wheel Races (LS Summer Special)

Dam starts at 1:29.


  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.
  • Orange track indicates secondary track.


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