Radiator Springs Racers

This month has celebrated the release of the Cars trilogy. The only franchise to go to 3 since Toy Story. Between them they have grossed just under $1.5 Billion world wide. Between the first 2z Disneyland capitalised with a $1.1 Billion  remodel and expansion of Disneys California Adventure. $200 Million of this went to the parks latest attraction, and it was a big one. Radiator Springs Racers.

If you have ever been to Disney World you may have seen or rode Test Track in Epcot. A ride where you design a car, test it, then unleash it on the track. The ride vehicle pushing 64 mph. The fastest of Disney Worlds rides.

Radiator Springs Racers is at it’s corez Test Track, to the point where the moment in the ride where you nearly crash into Mater is lifted from Test Track where you nearly crash into a truck.

RSR may only hit speeds of 45 mph, but it feels a whole lot faster. However speed isn’t how this ride wins, it’s the dramatic scenery and cosmetics of the ride. We figure this is where all the money went.

The ride is stunning, a slower speed out the gates is actually welcome as you can see radiator spins, the great rocks including the stunning central feature. Built to block out the outside world, it is a massive expanse.

For us this is what sets it apart, followed by the characters then the ride mechanics. If you haven’t been to Disneyland, or not got on the ride yet you simply must. It’s breathtaking.

If you have been on the ride, please tell us what you thought.

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