Start your engines! The ride of your life is about to begin on Radiator Springs Racers at Cars land in Disney California Adventure Park. I had amazing fun on this ride and can’t wait to share with you!
Last week while at Disney California Adventure Park, I got to spend a day enjoying the new Cars Land. If you’re familiar with the movie “Cars”, you know Radiator Springs as the small town along Route 66 where Lightning McQueen winds up. One of the highlights of my day was experiencing Radiator Springs Racers at Cars Land, one of three new action packed rides.
It’s not just the thrill of the ride that I enjoyed, but the attention to detail and how real the Cars Land rendition of Radiator Springs felt. The experience begins as you are waiting in line to ride. Everywhere you look are things that take you back to the movie Cars. The beautiful fountain pictured above is one of the many things to enjoy as you wait to ride.
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The ride begins with a scenic drive through Ornament Valley, taking you past a beautiful waterfall. Next, you cruise into Radiator Springs where you see the likes of Mater, Lightning McQueen, Sally Luigi, Mack, Guido, Ramone and Doc Hudson. It’s like they’ve jumped right out of the movie screen. The technology that went into creating this part of the ride is truly amazing!
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Time to buckle your seat belts and hold on tight! Your car takes off and rips down the open road, through mountains, and dips that will make your stomach roll. It’s a perfect combination of beautiful scenery and thrills. Although your moving pretty fast and taking a few dips, it’s not so intense that the whole family can’t enjoy it. I am looking forward to bringing my whole family to Cars Land to experience this ride.
Radiator Springs Racers at Cars Land excites all your senses and is a ride that you don’t want to miss! To learn more about Radiator Springs Racers visit disneyland.disney.go.com/disneys-california-adventure/radiator-springs-racers.
Disney provided travel and accommodations for this trip. All thoughts are my own.