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"The good citizens of Paleto have always enjoyed the simple life: heavy drinking, small arms fire, accidental incest, and now a really tight course for RC cars. Lap race for the RC Bandito."
―Race description.

Paleto Bae is an RC Bandito Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the Arena War update, released on January 29, 2019, during the RC Bandito Week event. It is available for up to 16 players.


The race is a 34 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 2 laps. Between checkpoints 26-28 and 31-33, players can take one of two different routes.

It starts on the Grand Ocean Highway. The players race south-west and turn right onto Paleto Boulevard. At checkpoint 5, they turn right and pass through the car park of the St. Brigid Baptist Church, before turning left onto the highway.

Shortly after, the players turn left onto Duluoz Avenue and then left onto Paleto Boulevard at the next checkpoint. At checkpoint 10, they turn right and continue down Procopio Drive, before turning left onto Duluoz Avenue at checkpoint 13. Shortly after, they turn left and continue down Paleto Boulevard.

At checkpoint 16, they turn right, continue through the Red's Machine Supplies salvage yard, and turn left onto the highway. At the next checkpoint, they turn left onto Pyrite Street and then right onto Paleto Boulevard. Shortly after, they turn right, manoeuvre between some building, and then turn left onto the highway.

Shortly after, they turn right and make their way around one of the buildings of the Clucking Bell Farms, before turning left onto the highway and continuing to the start/finish line.




GTA Online All new RC Races Arena War Update

Paleto Bae starts at 15:07.


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


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