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"Sure, Europe gave the world underage drinking and open wheel racing. But America showed the world how to do them at the same time. And now, courtesy of City Hall, Los Santos has a city circuit custom-built to showcase the kind of visionary synthesis that makes this great nation what it is. Lap race for open wheel cars."
―Race description.

In Due Course is an Open Wheel Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of The Diamond Casino Heist update, released on February 27, 2020, during the Open Wheel Races Week. It is available for up to 16 players.


The race is a 39 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 10 laps. The pit lane is located between checkpoints 37 and 1.

The race starts on the pit straight on Boulevard Del Perro. When the race begins, the players race southwest until making a left-hand turn onto North Rockford Drive and continuing down the long straight. At checkpoint 10, they turn left onto Ginger Street, until coming to a right-hand corner that leads them onto Vespucci Boulevard.

At checkpoint 15, they turn left onto Calais Avenue and then right onto San Andreas Avenue soon after. They race under the motorway and then turn left onto Las Lagunas Boulevard. At the next checkpoint, a fast-paced, three-corner chicane leads the racers across Dorset Drive and onto Abe Milton Parkway. They continue down this road until coming to a left hairpin turn and then a right turn onto Eastbourne Way soon after.

At checkpoint 28, the racers make a right-hand turn onto Rockford Drive, cross South Boulevard Del Perro, and turn left back onto Boulevard Del Perro, where the start/finish line is located.




GTA Online Tracks - Open Wheel Races

In Due Course starts at 3:10.


In Due Course
  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.
  • Orange track indicates secondary track.


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