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"In Los Santos, the glass is always half full. Take Elysian Island, for instance. Look beyond the poorly secured machinery and the routine workplace fatalities, and see a glorious opportunity for some remote-controlled mayhem. Lap race for the RC Bandito."
―Race description.

Mirror Image is an RC Bandito Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the Arena War update, released on February 28, 2019, during the RC Bandito Races Week event. It is available for up to 16 players.


The race is a 37 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 2 laps. Between checkpoints 10-12, 13-18, and 27-35, players can take one of two different routes.

The entire race takes place in Mirror Park and starts on Bridge Street. At checkpoint 3, the players turn right onto Nikola Avenue and continue until checkpoint 6, where they turn left onto West Mirror Drive. Shortly after, the players turn left and cut through the park, before continuing north on Mirror Park Boulevard. As the road is wide, secondary checkpoints are placed to insure the players don't miss any.

At checkpoint 17, the players turn right and continue to the Nikola Place cul-de-sac, where they make a U-turn and continue back down the street, before turning right onto East Mirror Drive, at checkpoint 25.

At checkpoint 28, they turn right and race through the car park of Horny's Burgers, before turning right and continuing down Mirror Park Boulevard. Again, as this road is wide, secondary checkpoints are placed. At checkpoint 35, they turn left onto Glory Way and then left onto Bridge Street, where the finish line is located.




GTA Online All new RC Races - Part 2 Arena War Update

Mirror Image starts at 5:08.


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


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