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"Ever since the acid told you that yellow and black lizard was a corn on the cob, you've known an attractive color scheme when you see one. This time, it's a rocket-propelled super car and 3000 foot drop, but you get the idea: book a place in the ER, and take a bite. Lap race for the Rocket Voltic."
―Race description.

Bumblebee is a Special Vehicle Stunt Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit update. It is locked to the Coil Rocket Voltic and is available for up to 16 players.


The race is a 49 checkpoint long Lap race that begins several hundred feet high in the sky. The course starts off with a small jump, which leads to a curved black and yellow platform. After the platform, the course goes inside tubes which then turn right until reaching a jump, followed by a large platform.

After the platform, the course goes inside tubes again and they begin going slightly up and left, until reaching a straight section of tubes. After this, the tubes turn right and the course briefly becomes sideways until another section of straight track is reached, followed by the course turning left and leading to a jump. From there, the course continues straight on and begins to go down slightly while entering another section of tubes.

The tubes then lead to a left turn, after which the course continues straight on for a while until reaching a small loop, followed by a right turn and the course dipping down slightly. After this, the course begins going right and leads to a large jump that goes through the aforementioned loop. From there, the course turns left a few times until reaching the end of the lap, or the end of the race if doing only one lap.




  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.


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