Ride Epcot’s Test Track with AllEars TV to Satisfy Your Need for Speed!

In today’s new AllEars TV video, we’re hopping on Test Track in Epcot’s Future World. Do you have a need for speed? Ride along with us!

 

We’ll bring you all the tips, tricks and history from the front row of the fastest ride in Walt Disney World.

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Debra Martin Koma wrote about food, travel and lifestyle issues for a number of local and national publications before she fell in love with Walt Disney World on her first visit — when she was 34! She's returned to her Laughing Place more times than she can count in the ensuing years, and enthusiastically shares her passion with readers of AllEars.Net and AllEars®. Deb also co-authored (along with Deb Wills) PassPorter's Open Mouse for Walt Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line, a travel guide designed for all travelers to Walt Disney World who may require special attention, from special diets to mobility issues.

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One Reply to “Ride Epcot’s Test Track with AllEars TV to Satisfy Your Need for Speed!”

  1. Absolutely the worst ride replacement in EPCOT and possibly all of WDW. They took the World of Motion, a highly educational and humorous historical tale of transportation throughout the ages, from foot power up to space travel. And turned it into a lackluster semi-thrill ride. The world of Motion had some of the best scenes and animatronics in all of WDW that captured the entire spectrum of transportation (foot, animal, chariot, bike, balloon, train, stage coach, car, plane, space ship), while test track reduces it down to a car commercial. The world of Motion inspired riders to “hit the open road” and left them singing the wonderful theme song, “it’s fun to be free”, long after the ride was over. One felt inspired to travel the globe after a ride on the World Of Motion. With Test Track one is reminded to change the oil on their car. This is a perfect example of how the dim witted imagineers took the EPCOT philosophy of culture, exploration, and the conquering of new frontiers and replaced it with a small minded kiddie ride. Unfortunately, this is what they have done and continue to do throughout EPCOT as they dismantle every inspirational attraction and replace them with whatever it is their new philosophy represents.