Buckle up for a road race at Radiator Springs Racers. After roaming through the "oldest" part of Radiator Springs, you"ll enter the motor court where the ride begins. The idyllic ride through the valley is followed by a dark ride and the actual race full of camel humps and high-banked turns. Don"t forget to claim your photos at the exit. Put Radiator Springs Racers on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Anaheim visit planning site.
Radiator Springs Racers Reviews
This ride in California Adventure offers the chance to race another car through the ups and downs of mountains and deserts. Includes a pit-stop for new tires etc. A fun ride (my wife and I rode..... more »
We really liked Card Land. It felt like we were right where McQueen and Mater were. Radiator Springs Racers was a great ride! Be sure to get a fastpass early in the day as they quickly ran out when..... more »
Test Track in Epcot is a cool ride. But, this one is fun! When I saw the 90 minute wait time for this ride, I was not really shocked because I knew that this was one of the "must ride" rides in the park. However, FastPassing the ride would mean that we would have to wait until nearly park closing to ride it. So, we did single rider, which made the 90 minute wait a 15 minute wait for us. Since we did single rider, our group of 3 got separated, but 2 of us were in the same car, but different rows. The 3rd one was in the same race as us. I did love the storyline of the ride, starting with a cruise around Route 66, entering Radiator Springs, getting a paint job, and finally winning the race with me filming it. I will definitely come back to visit this ride first when I visit Disney's California Adventure again!
This ride is great for all ages! Although I am personally one for extreme thrill rides, this ride was still pretty good. The standby line can get quite long, and fastpasses can be hard to get at some times, but if you are okay with being single riders, you can cut your wait time down significantly due to the 2 rows of 3 seats layout per car, making it difficult to fill up a car without a single rider. I managed to go on this ride three times and there is a different "position" that my car had after the race. My car won and lost on the right side, and my car won on the left side, so the car that ends up "winning" is pretty random. Had a great time each and every time I went on. Definitely try this ride.
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