Fortnite Race Track locations: where to find a desert race track, snowy race track and grasslands race track

Where to find the three race tracks for the Fortnite challenge.

Finding the three Race Track locations is one of many Fortnite Challenges to complete.

This time, you're tasked with completing a lap of each race track in order: first the desert race track, then the snowy race track, and finally at the grasslands race track.

Note this particular challenge is no longer able to be completed. So what's changed since? Check out the Fortnite Season 8 Battle Pass skins, the new Fortnite map changes and the Victory Umbrella.

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If you're looking for more to do in Fortnite, there are plenty of Fortbyte locations to discover.

Fortnite Race Track locations at a glance

You'll need to find three race tracks and complete a lap of them in the right order to complete this challenge. Here's a look at them on the map so you know where to head at a glance.

Fortnite race track locations map.

Fortnite Race Track locations at a glance:

  • Desert Race Track location - Quadrant J6 and J7
  • Snowy Race Track location - Quadrant C9
  • Grasslands Race Track location - Quadrant C2

To actually complete the challenge, you simple need to complete a lap in any vehicle you can find. The notification should come up, and then it's time to head to the next one! Complete all three, across any number of matches (remember to finish the match properly though, rather than quitting early) and the challenge should be marked as completed.


Where to find the Desert Race Track location in Fortnite

The Desert race track is the first one you'll need to visit, and is located acrpss both Quadrant J6 and J7. It's by far the easiest to spot both on the map and from the battle bus as you drop: look for the big black squiggly line on the eastern edge of the map!


When you land, head to the start of the track by the large building on the western side of it, and you'll see at least one vechile there - in this case it's the quadbikes that you'll find waiting.


Hop on, wait for the countdown timer to tell you to go (the lights will turn green) and drive all the way around the track, through the blue lit hoops as you do so. Reach the place where you started and cross the finish line, and it' on to the next!

Where to find the Snowy Race Track location in Fortnite

The Snowy race track is found in the south-west snowy area of the map (unsurprisngly), in quadrant C9. It's a little harder to spot from the battle bus or on the map, but look for the small squiggly line just west of Happy Hamlet and you should be able to find it.


When you land, look for the yellow archway that signifies the starting point. This time it's a baller that'll be waiting for you. Hop inside, wait for the countdown, pass through all the blue hoops and return to cross the finish line, and you're done with stage two!


Where to find the Grasslands Race Track location in Fortnite

Finally, the grasslands racet rack is found up in the north-west corner of the map in Quadrant C2. Again, it's a harder one to spot from the air or on the map, but look for it by the mid-sized building just east of Junk Junction.


When you arrive, the start of the track is by that main building, right on the northern edge of Quadrant C2.


Once again, wait for the countdown timer, head through all the loops - this time on one of the Driftboards that are waiting for you, cross the finish line where you started, and that's the third and final stage of the challenge done. Congrats!

All done? There are more Fortnite Challenges and Fortbyte locations to complete.

Season 8 and The Sideways have arrived in Fortnite. You can now start collecting the Season 8 Battle Pass skins, using the Sideways weapons, partaking in Sideways encounters, investigate the map changes and obtain the new Victory Umbrella! Make a start on the Season 8 questlines, with the IO Heist and finding IO guards and mending locations for Baba Yaga. You can also start collecting colour bottles for Tonna Fish and completing the new character collection.

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