Test Track, Presented by Chevrolet, will have its official grand opening on Thursday, December 6, 2012. Guests who were lucky enough to be at Epcot on Monday, December 3, had an early opportunity to experience the new version of this popular ride.

Read the full YESTERLAND article HERE: Test Track, Presented by Chevrolet.


When you are done reading, please leave your comments below.

  • Trumpet

    Great Article Werner

    I havenet been on Test Track since 2003 (last time I visited WDW and Florida in general). It looks a good improvement, but I will have to ride it for myself to see if it was a worthwile investment to change the story. I liked the idea that you were testing a car similar to how they ae done in real. I remember when you they start the crash test and you think you ae going o crash. I was scared, but the high speed run stopped my fears and I loved it. It was this portion of the ride that made me excited for Radiator Springs Racers, despite being a bit slower.

    Thanks Again for a great article, and I look forward for the Yesterland article of the classic Test Track


  • I love the look, style and theme of the updated Test Track. Doesn’t it just feel like old school Epcot but with updated technology? As much as I felt the old version of the attraction had a great ride system, I never liked the theme and felt they destroyed a great attraction to build it. However, now I do feel that they have a worthy attraction in this spot. See what a little theme can do!

    Thank you Werner!

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  • Timekeeper

    The only complaint I have for the attraction is that the color scheme on the outside looks like the same for the current spaceship earth and DL’s Tomorrowland; is bright red and burgundy not in this year? If this similar color scheme keeps up, we might soon have a very ‘blue’ future world. But on the other hand, if the whole park has the same said color scheme, it will begin to look like Tron’s world. Aside from that, the rest of the refurbished attraction looks like the Centercore ending from the much beloved World of Motion, (which explains for the WoM icon.)


  • Timekeeper

    Also, the link from your article entry leads to the 2012 Epcot Food and Wine Festival comment page, not this one.


    • Werner Weiss

      Thanks! I fixed it.

  • buzzyfan

    Are you ever going to do a page on the original Test Track?

    • Werner Weiss

      Probably this month.