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"You can find anything you want at the LS docklands if you look hard enough. Cut price hallucinogens? Check. Bargain basement STIs? Check. Unlicensed cosmetic surgeons? Check. A stunt race with enough ups, downs, tilts and drops to make you need all of the above? Check, check, check. Lapped race for motorcycles."
―Race description.

Around the Docks is a Stunt Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the Import/Export update, released on February 28, 2017, during the 2017 Stunt Race Week event. It is available for up to 16 players.


The race is a 35 checkpoint long Lap race that begins on ground level in the port. The course begins on the road and leads to two left turns, followed by the course leading to a section of red tubes. The tubes then lead to a right and then to a section of track over water. From here, the course leads to a left and it goes slightly right, followed by the course going under a bridge and leading to a jump.

After the jump, the course continues straight on for a short distance before it raises slightly and turns left, followed by another right and left turn. After the turns, the course continues straight on and goes back over water, followed by three right turns. From here, the course goes over a slight jump and leads to a section of track that goes slightly left and is tilted.

After the tilted section, the course leads to a right and goes slightly left. The course then continues on from here and leads to another right and left, followed by the track going down to the road in the port. The course then continues on from here until reaching the end of the lap, or the race if doing one lap.




Around the Docks
  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.


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