I am not afraid of heights and speed but, I hate the rides with a sudden drop! I will definitely get sick after taking any fast rides. But last week, it's hard to say no to my niece. She successfully convinced me to ride the Splash Mountain at Magic Kingdom and last Friday, she again used her wit and charm.Upon reading this warning sign, I was already looking for an exit door, LOL!The car is machine operated and it can accommodate 6 passengers. We were seated at the back and our niece sits at the middle. This attraction is one of the longest and fast rides of Disney. It undergoes safety and quality tests the way General Motors performs. I love this ride so far and luckily, I never sick after, Yayyy...that's accomplishment for me. Disney takes pictures of all the passengers to capture the thrilling moment. Below is our picture on the monitor but, it's not clear as I took a photo using my phone.The picture below is the Industrial design of the interior of Test Track Attraction. Waiting line is long but, it's worth the wait.Test Track is a thrilling ride which ascend in steep terrain, sometimes loose downhill, zooming across the bumpy road, roaring 50-degrees bank curve, and at the speed only max out 60 mi/hr. So far, this ride is extreme but, I manage to ride in it.
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