Test Track Undergoing Construction In Near Future

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Test Track

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Test Track is a high-speed, thrilling attraction located at EPCOT in Walt Disney World that allows Guests to create their own virtual concept car and then “take it” out for testing to see how it holds up in inclement weather, around curves, up hills, and more.

This ride always draws a long line as Guests love riding Test Track over and over again. However, according to a new permit, it looks as though this popular attraction will undergo construction in the near future.

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Related: Test Track Had an Emergency Evacuation This Past Weekend

According to a new permit filed by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Test Track may undergo a construction update in the near future. The permit, which is for 1440 Avenue of the Stars Bay Lake, FL 32820 (also known as the location of Test Track) is for “general construction” with the contractor USA Venueserv, Inc.

It seems as though this construction is not anything major as the ride is not listed on Disney World’s refurbishment calendar, meaning whatever this permit is for will likely not affect the operation of the attraction. Though, we do want to note that this attraction has been facing several issues as of late, so it is possible this permit is relating to that.

Again, Disney has not confirmed exactly what this permit is for, but Inside the Magic will update you as we get information.

More on Test Track at EPCOT

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If you have never been on this thrilling EPCOT ride, the official Walt Disney World website describes Test Track as:

Cruise over to the gleaming Chevrolet Design Center to create your own virtual concept car. When you’re done, buckle up in a 6-passenger “SIM Car” and take it for an exhilarating spin on the test track.

Rev through rough terrain and obstacles along the winding circuit. Accelerate through straightaways, maneuver switchbacks through inclement weather, hug curves banked at 50-degree angles and scale hills up to 3 stories high.

Reach speeds of up to 65 miles per hour as you put your car through its paces. After each test, check the scoreboard to see how your vehicle performed!

Test Track
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Related:OpEd: Disney Needs to Bring Back the Old Version of Test Track

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