You can start the San Fierro set of races by finding the red marker behind Wang Autos, which is just up the street from your safehouse in Doherty.
- LENGTH - 1.99 miles
- VEHICLE - Sanchez
This race is pretty easy. Remember to lean forward on the bike to get some extra speed when there's a straightaway and cut as many corners as possible.
- LENGTH - 2.02 miles
- VEHICLE - Bandito
The Bandito is very hard to roll over onto its back, but it's still possible. Brake on the sharp turns and stay on the path. Be sure to be careful around the edges close to the water. Also, make sure to build up a lot of speed when going through the water. After that, just follow the course to win.
- LENGTH - 1.18 miles
- VEHICLE - Kart
The Kart can spin out very, very easily, so make sure to slow down a bit on the sharper turns. Actually, just letting go of the gas when turning should be sufficient enough. The biggest obstacle is to avoid any pedestrians, traffic or people, since this will cause the Kart to spin out easily. The last thing to avoid is the dumpsters in the alleyways towards the beginning and end.
SAN FIERRO FASTLANE
- LENGTH - 1.64 miles
- VEHICLE - Alpha
This is a tough race here. The other racers drive faster cars than you, but they don't have the advantage of cutting corners that you do. Brake as you take the sharp turns and use the straightaways to get the lead.
SAN FIERRO HILLS
- LENGTH - 5.20 miles
- VEHICLE - Phoenix
The Phoenix is faster than the other competitors in this race, so use the straightaways to your advantage to get a gain. The largest one is on the freeway, so speed through it to get a huge lead on the competition. There doesn't seem to be much traffic to worry about in this race. Remember to drive smart and don't damage your vehicle too much.
- LENGTH - 6.68 miles
- VEHICLE - Bullet
As with the Los Santos race with the Bullet, you are your worst enemy. Leave the other cars in your dust on the straightaways. One area to be careful about is the descent from Missionary Hill, so don't take the hairpin turns there too fast. Remember that smart driving will prevail in the end.