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Rockstar Games have announced a new Stunt Race event to GTA Online, adding in a fair amount of new races for players to complete as well as a range of new customization items.

Suit up, strap in and get ready for the 2017 GTA Online Stunt Race Event, featuring 15 brand new Stunt Races plus Double GTA$ & RP across the full spectrum of Rockstar Created and Rockstar Verified Stunt Races. Find the Stunt Series icon to quickly jump straight into the racing action and claim the dashing Pink Jock Cranley endorsed Stunt Jumpsuit just for logging in.

These 15 new stunt races have been designed by Rockstar themselves so you can expect some creative tracks with all the twists, loops and jumps you might expect. As with all the events in GTA Online, participating in the event will net you double money and Reputation Points. To mark the occasion, Rockstar is selling the following vehicles, customization items and clothing at a 25% discount:

  • Annis RE-7B
  • Emperor ETR1
  • Vapid Desert Raid
  • Vapid Trophy Truck
  • Obey Omnis
  • Lampadati Tropos Rally
  • Liveries
  • Stunt Tattoos
  • Stunt Clothing

And for multi-tasking Stunt Racers with fledgling criminal enterprises, invest your hard earned 2x GTA$ into a Vehicle Warehouse for 25% off, which brings missions to steal and deal vehicles for a profit and unlocks access to Special Vehicles.

  • 2/28 – 3/6: “Pier Race” (locked to Super class vehicles)
  • 3/7 – 3/13: “In The City” (locked to Sports class vehicles)

There are also some premium Time Trial races scheduled on 5, 6 and 12 March. Partaking in these will get you triple Reputation Points and high amounts of money if you manage to finish in the top 3.

The Stunt Races have been one of the more popular additions to GTA Online, which has been getting a steady stream of free updates since the game’s release as part of Grand Theft Auto V.

Are you going to try the new Stunt Races? Let us know in the comments!

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Chris Anderson

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I've been playing games since I was just barely able to walk, and I never really stopped playing them. When I'm not fulfilling my duties as senior staff writer and tech reviewer, I'm either working on music, producing one of two podcasts or doing freelance work.


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