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Burn up the track in this pint-sized version of a raceway. Real gas-powered cars can be driven by anyone tall enough to reach the pedal at Tomorrowland® Speedway. Steer and control the speed of your own racecar as you "lap" up the excitement of this thrilling speedway.
Younger children love Tomorrowland® Speedway and will most likely want to do it again and again. If this is case with your family, follow these tips: 1) The cars are gas-powered and the fumes are very strong. 2) Wait times can exceed 45 minutes in the middle of the day. 3) If you are affected by gaseous fumes, you do not want to wait in this line for that long. 4) Wait until late afternoon or better yet before the park closes to do this attraction, and it wouldn't hurt to bring a bottle of water while you wait. There will be minimal wait and the kids will really enjoy “racing” around the track under the lights. 5) No matter when you decide to go, little ones tend to have a hard time pushing the gas pedals. After you have your pedal to the metal for the 5 minute race, you’ll see that it’s hard for adults too. When you remove your foot from the gas pedal the car will slow to a stop. We parents get a kick out of the "speedway" reference as it's not very fast, but this classic Disney attraction is lots of fun! Mommy Frog usually rides with Tad and Leap rides with Lily, and each pair is convinced they’ve “won” the race every time.
Tomorrowland® Speedway is a mini race car ride in Tomorrowland® Area at Magic Kingdom® Park. The duration of the attraction is about 5 minutes. Guests who are at least 54 inches tall can ride by themselves. Guests under 54 inches, but are at least 32 inches tall, can ride along as a passenger. Each car seats two guests and has a shared seat belt restraint. Guests must transfer from their wheelchair, motorized scooter or ECV to board the ride vehicle.
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Did you know that a checkered flag is waved at every driver who finishes at the end of the race? Frequently the flag is given to the winning driver as a memento. Al Unserbot is the official host of the Tomorrowland Indy 500.
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