Radiator Springs Racers
Minimum height to ride: 40 inches
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This high-speed track ride puts riders in the middle of a race featuring characters from the Pixar animated film 'Cars' opened officially with the rest of Cars Land on June 15, 2012.
From the editor of Theme Park Insider's review: "We often joke here on Theme Park Insider about that moment in every theme park attraction when something goes terribly wrong. But Radiator Springs Racers is one major theme park ride where nothing ever does go terribly wrong. It's a day in the 'Happily Ever After' instead - when Lightning McQueen's made his friends, there are no villains to be found, and there's nothing more important facing us than a high-speed race around Carburetor County."
Just WOW. Everything about this ride just has a wow factor. I don't really know how to describe it. It is just the most impressive Disney attraction in America. A must ride for all Disney Parks fans. 10/10
Best ride in not just DLR, but my favorite ride anywhere! ! The thrill of the final race, the landscaping, the dark ride part (did I mention how advanced and lifelike the audio-animatronics are), EVERYTHING!
Radiator Springs Racers may not break any records. It is not the fastest or the most revolutionary. However, the whole thing is greater than the sum of its parts.
Wonderful ride that shows imagineering still has it. Would be a 10 if not for the exposed lighting on the cieling inside main show building.
its a must to ride, is an incredible game with the best technology for our time
I think this ride is a little over hyped. Don't get me wrong it was fun but I think you move through the dark part way too fast. Overall still a top ride.
One of the greatest dark rides ever created by Disney! This ride is absolutely stunning in every respect! The AAs are amazing, the atmosphere and theming is top notch, and the ride provides a level of thrills that will not scare away young children but will still satisfy the average roller coaster enthusiast. Be sure to ride Radiator Springs Racers first thing in the morning as the line for the ride builds up quickly and remains high throughout the day. 10/10
This is my FAVORITE ride ANYWHERE.
This ride has everything great about Test Track and makes it 1000 times better. I took a vacation with my family in the summer of 2012 specifically for Radiator Springs. The ride broke down when I first road it, and the wait was about 3 hours. Honestly, I wait in line for a year to ride it again.
This is a must see attraction. Although it's short, it's a great ride for families to go on. Can be scary for young kids, but very fun. In my opinion, the best ride at ca adventure is ca screaming. This ride is maybe the third best. This attraction did wow me, but not enough for it to be my number one ride at ca adventure. Four stars out of five.
Just amazing. Sometimes you experience an attraction that reminds you why you like theme parks in the first place, and Radiator Springs Racers is that type of ride. It renews your faith in Imagineering and gets you excited for great things to come. Radiator Springs Racers is a poster child for an E-Ticket attraction. If you don't have plans to visit DCA and experience Radiator Springs Racers first hand – why not? It is an absolute must do. Wow.
The ride itself is great, albeit a tad short. The first part is cute and fun, and the race portion is a gas. That being said, the music while you're waiting in line (which can be quite a wait) sucks. Yes, that's right, it sucks. I don’t care that “it’s from the movie” or that it fits with the genre of the location and characters. It’s some of the most annoying, mindless drivel I have ever been forced to listen to. Just when you’re thinking “this has got to be the stupidest song I’ve ever heard”, the next song starts up and it’s even stupider. By the time we were actually on the ride I was ready to put a gun in my mouth. Beats Audio should do a commercial here like the one where the quarterback gets off the bus and drowns out the yelling crowd with his noise-cancelling headphones. Believe me, I’ll have some before I come back. I can’t possibly be the only person who feels this way. I have a great appreciation for many different styles and eras of music, but this was really, really awful.