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"At times of near-certain death, you can find yourself facing profound questions. Has your life been little more than an endless round of intoxicated consumption? Is driving a Super car down a mile of vertical tarmac the same as just falling out the sky? Is 2000 feet really the time to switch to a motorbike with a jet engine? Yes to all, by the way. Lap Transform Race starting in Super cars, also featuring the Oppressor and Besra."
―Race description.

90° is a Transform Stunt Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the Smuggler's Run update, released on November 21, 2017, during the FH-1 Hunter Week event. It is available for up to 16 players.

Description

90° is a race set high above San Andreas, based entirely on track with extreme gradient. Multiple sections of the track make half or complete loops, before leading the player to a completely vertical drop, with tight squeezes between props and narrow gorges. The race is a 33 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 2 laps. Between checkpoints 17 and 20, players can take one of two different routes.

Transforms

Vehicle Checkpoint Image
Start in Base Vehicle (Super class) Starting line
Transform90°-GTAO-BaseVehicle
Transform to Oppressor 4
Transform90°-GTAO-Oppressor
Transform to Base Vehicle (Super class) 9
Transform90°-GTAO-BaseVehicle2
Transform to Besra 13
Transform90°-GTAO-Besra
Transform to Oppressor 16
Transform90°-GTAO-Oppressor2
Transform to Base Vehicle (Super class) 20
Transform90°-GTAO-BaseVehicle3
Transform to Besra 23
Transform90°-GTAO-Besra2
Transform to Base Vehicle (Super class) 30
Transform90°-GTAO-BaseVehicle4

Map

90°
Transform90°-GTAO-Map
  • Red blip indicates transform checkpoint.
  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.
  • Orange track indicates secondary track.

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