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"In light of the recent spate of preventable drownings at the Port of Los Santos, the Port Authority's audacious rebranding emphasizes the stunning possibilities for exhilarating open wheel racing on a windy dockside with no safety barriers. It's all a question of optics. Especially if you're underwater. Lap race for open wheel cars."
―Race description.

Lap it Up 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 40 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 10 laps. The pit lane is located between checkpoints 38 and 1.

The race starts on the very long straight on the north side of Elysian Island. When the race begins, the players race west until coming to a very tight left-right chicane, followed by a faster left-right chicane. The players then race down a long left sweeper with a decreasing radius and then down another shorter right-hand sweeper, until coming to some esses of varying tightness.

The circuit then leads the racers down a long straight, followed by a fast left-hander. A set of fast speed esses must be traversed until the players race down another long straight, followed by a 90-degree, left-hand corner and another long, right-hand corner. A sweeping left corner leads the racers down another straight.

After this, there is a high-speed left-right chicane, a 90-degree right-hander, and a left hairpin turn. The racers then head down the very long pit straight, where the start/finish line is located.




GTA Online Tracks - Open Wheel Races

Lap it Up starts at 4:57.


Lap it Up
  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.
  • Orange track indicates secondary track.


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