Minimum height to ride: 32 inches
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Strap into your own miniature race car for a lap around the Tomorrowland Speedway. You won’t actually pass anyone with that rail down the middle of the track keeping you on course, but that can’t stop you from pretending — especially if you’re a child who’s getting behind the wheel of a car and pressing the gas pedal for the first time.
It is a WASTE of space, Legoland's go karts are better as well as Autopia (since it's scenic) There is nothing to look at (Except fantasyland and Space Mountain) The gas is worse than my ATV's and it has a similar problem to Superstar Limo in that it makes you seen to go "fast" when the max speed is 5 MPH
This is always a fun little ride for the whole family. Perhaps due for a bit of an update, but while everybody else is bailing on their car rides, Disney is keeping theirs in pretty good condition.
It stinks, its an eyesore, I can't say enough bad things about it. Bring on the bulldozers please!
This is in no ways a "Speedway" unless for kids it is. Seriously though, only do this if you have kids that want to drive around, they will enjoy it, for sure. However, besides that this is not an E-ticket, awesome, modern race car ride in Tomorrowland. It is not made for Tomorrowland considering of how old it is and the fact that it's in a land of the "future." It is not a ride of the future. It could really use a redesign like Autopia in Disneyland which is better than this. The ride smells like exhaust and the line is unbearably boring. The cars are attached to a track so it's so hard to even drive them, and there are not a lot of cool things to see. Honestly, just get rid of it and put in a dark ride or roller coaster, this ride has had it's time long enough. 4/10
This is a terrible ride. Like the Aladdin spinner, what a huge waste of space. It smells like exhaust.
I love the idea of kids being able to drive, but the Speedway is horrible. They could make this much more enjoyable by reimagining it to be more like the Autopia in Disneyland. And oh yeah, it's 2015, electric cars!
It might be a classic, but this isn't an attraction that should still be around. The problems are numerous, it smells of exhaust, the line is slow and the racers are slower, the cars are attached to a metal track so you can't actually drive them, and it's just not a fun ride, not even for little ones. I don't understand why it's still around.
A fun ride, but the line is always way too long.