Tomorrowland Speedway

More Tomorrowland Speedway Facts and Figures!

Tomorrowland Speedway

The cars come racing around the track at the Tomorrowland Speedway!

As we continue our look at the Tomorrowland Speedway from this morning, here are some facts and figures for you to chew on:

  • The cars travel at the speed of 7.5 MPH, and the engines are 9 HP Briggs & Stratton engines.
  • The track length is 4/10ths of a mile, and will take about 5 minutes to navigate.
  • There are rails in the track to keep the cars positioned on the track, but you may get stuck behind a slow moving vehicle or bumped from behind as a result.
  • This is an Original Magic Kingdom attraction.
  • There are 146 Autopia Mark VII race cars that can go on the track.
  • The line is quite long at times, so it is advisable to bring water since it isn’t covered very much.
  • Lastly, for good views of the track, there is an area over the track at the start and finish you can use to take pictures from, or you can find great views on the TTA or on the walking paths near the attraction.

As always, thanks to my friends Heidi from Heidi’s Head and Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse for joining in on the trivia!  Make sure you check out their links and any other posts that are added on as well, and thanks for stopping by!

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Cars Review

Hello again, 

Sophie here with another exciting review. Today I’m reviewing the movie Cars. It’s main characters are Lightning McQueen, Mater, and the rest of the gang from Route 66.

On his way to Los Angeles, California McQueen’s truck door is opened and he awakens to find himself about to crash into not 1 but 3 incoming trucks! Then he found himself in a parking boot. He was set before Doc the Hudson Hornet an old retired race car with three piston cups. If you want to hear more then you’ll have to watch the movie. Adios amigos.

Lightning McQueen at Epcot

 

Mater at Epcot