"Listen, out here we like to race for cash or pink slips. Racer's choice. Now get your car started. We're about to go. Good luck, Carl Johnson."
Wu Zi Mu

Wu Zi Mu is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, given to protagonist Carl Johnson by Cesar Vialpando from an area just south of the town of Montgomery in Red County, San Andreas.


Carl is waiting for Cesar in the meeting place, who is apparently late for a race. Later on, Cesar arrives, who explains that he is late because didn't know when the race would start. Later, the organizer of the race, Wu Zi Mu (a.k.a. "Woozie"), arrives. He introduces himself to Carl, and tells him that the races here a high stakes, and they may reward the winner with cash or a pink slip. Later on, Carl hops on to his vehicle of choice, and goes to the starting point.

Then, the race begins, with Carl and Woozie participating. They race through different parts of Red County, like in Blueberry and in Blueberry Acres. Then, Carl manages to get to the finish line in The Panopticon first, after Carl wins the race, Woozie congratulates him and makes an offer of partnership if he goes to San Fierro. Both disperse when they hear the police sirens.

Mission Objectives

In order to complete the mission the player must:

  • Win the race.


The reward for this mission is $5000 and the mission Farewell, My Love... is unlocked.

In addition, once the race tournaments are unlocked, the race featured in this mission is offered as part of the tournament; however, as the player has already completed it here, they receive credit for it and do not need to do it again (except to improve their time).

Tips and Tricks

  • Good vehicles for this mission are the Buffalo or the Rancher, they both have good speed, handling, and off-road traction. The Buffalo can be found at Catalina's hideout, while the Rancher can easily be found in the countryside. The Rancher has better off-road handling, but the Buffalo is faster.
  • It is possible to attempt to complete either of the Unique Stunt Jumps in Blueberry Acres while driving through the farm; if done correctly, this can give the player a good lead on the other racers.
  • If the player is having trouble staying in the lead, they can try to push the other cars off the ledge just as the race begins. However Carl must pay attention when doing this near the water.
  • Once again, slow and steady wins the race as there many turns and jumps early on. Trying to handbrake turn in either Buffalo or the Rancher may cause a spin out on dirt roads or flip the vehicle over. It's best not to try to take over the lead too early as the cars are too bunched up. Take over the lead once the race hits the first straight away and then on the road leading to the farm.





Video Walkthroughs


  • Claude, the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto III, can be seen in the background during the opening cutscene.
  • The song playing during the opening cutscene is "Smokin'" by Boston. This song can also be heard on the in-game radio station K-DST.
  • No matter which vehicle the player chooses at the beginning of the mission, Carl is seen with a ZR-350 during the ending cutscene. This is the car he wins off Woozie, which is why he happily swipes the rear wing. The ZR-350 is also the car Carl uses in the next mission.
    • Also if the race is replayed, CJ will drive a black Sabre instead.
  • Although Woozie drives a pink bulletproof Fortune during the mission, he is seen with a Bravura during the ending cutscene.
  • Despite Cesar calling Carl to tell him to meet him and Kendl, the latter does not physically appear in the mission.


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