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"Choices, choices. You've only got a few seconds of hurtling down Mount Chiliad on a BMX to make the age-old decision. Left or Right? With the pack or on your own? Jet-powered super car or gliding motorbike? Luckily for you, this is one of those times when there's no bad call. Lap Transform Race starting on the BMX, also featuring the FMJ, Rocket Voltic, Besra, Oppressor and Parachutes."
―Race description.

Split Personality is a Transform Stunt Race featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the Smuggler's Run update, released on October 17, 2017, during the Transform Race Week event. It is available for up to 16 players.


Split Personality is situated above Mount Chiliad and spans between the Paleto Forest and Mount Gordo. The race is unique in that it features a decision-making challenge in which each approach differs dramatically, but equates to roughly the same amount of time taken. It also features a variety of transport, from super cars to parachuting. The race is a 38 checkpoint long Lap race, default to 2 laps. Between checkpoints 4 and 23, players can take one of two different routes.

The race doesn't allow a custom base vehicle as it is locked to the BMX, however custom Transform Vehicles are allowed, assuming the player owns them.


Vehicle Checkpoint Image
Start in Base vehicle (BMX) Starting line
Left Right
Vehicle Checkpoint Image
Transform to FMJ 5
Transform to Besra 10
Transform to Oppressor 18
Vehicle Checkpoint Image
Transform to FMJ 5
Transform to Parachute 8
Transform to Rocket Voltic 9

Vehicle Checkpoint Image
Transform to Besra 27
Transform to Parachute 36
Transform to Base vehicle (BMX) 37
Return to start

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Split Personality
  • Red blip indicates transform checkpoint.
  • Gold blip indicates checkpoint.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.
  • Orange track indicates secondary track.


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