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- "Some say that Davis could never host an open wheel series. But a state-of-the-art pit stop is surely just the kind of public investment that an underprivileged neighborhood needs. So don't think of the track as 'poorly funded'. Those potholes and concrete blocks are the natural obstacles that separate the weekend racers from the real pros. Lap race for open wheel cars."
- ―Race description.
Urban Renewal 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 27 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 10 laps. The pit lane is located between checkpoints 3 and 6.
The race starts on Elgin Avenue. The racers make their way down this avenue and onto Innocence Boulevard, before turning right onto Strawberry Avenue. They make their way down the pit straight until coming to a left hairpin turn at checkpoint 6, which leads them onto Davis Avenue.
At the next checkpoint, they turn right onto Carson Avenue and then right onto Brouge Avenue shortly after. At checkpoint 9, they turn right onto Grove Street and make their way down this road and down Forum Drive. At checkpoint 14, they turn left onto Carson Avenue and then right onto Innocence Boulevard at the next checkpoint.
Soon after, they turn onto Power Street, where they need to make their way through a set of chicanes. At checkpoint 23, the racers turn right onto Vespucci Boulevard and left onto Elgin Avenue soon after. They then come to a right hairpin turn, which leads them down a straight where the start/finish line is located.
- The term "urban renewal" means the redevelopment of areas within a large city, typically involving the clearance of slums.