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Sugar Rush Upgrade Should Replace Tomorrowland Speedway

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Photo Credit: Christopher Chien

The Tomorrowland Speedway is in desperate need of an upgrade. 1994 was the last time a remodel happened. The name was changed in 2008; but that’s it. On October 1st, 1971, the Grand Prix Raceway first opened. Very few changes have been made throughout the years, and it’s seriously time for a new upgrade.

A Sugar Rush Raceway would be an amazing addition to Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom. With everything going digital, it only makes sense to change this very outdated attraction.

The entrance of the attraction can start with guests walking into Litwak’s Arcade, and making your way through Game Central Station.

Coming out the other side, you walk right into the starting line of the Sugar Rush Racecars. Hop into Taffyta, Candlehead, or even Vanellope’s racecar and get ready to race! As soon as everyone is ready, King Candy get’s on the loudspeaker and begins the countdown.

Sugar Rush race fans will be lining the track, and cheering you on as you go! You’ll encounter different obstacles each time you race. Learn to avoid cherry bombs and swerve out of the gumballs path. Make it past the Sweet Seekers and Ice Cream Cannon, to finally come face to face with the Cy-Bugs.

Your final obstacle is to make it back before getting eaten by a Cy-Bug. Cross the finish line to reset the game and save the day!

Adding a bit of storytelling to this attraction would be exactly what Walt envisioned for his ever evolving world of entertainment.

I grew up on Disney and being from Arizona, I was able to go every summer with my family. My love of all things Disney has just grown over time and have now been instilled into my marriage and our three wonderful kids! We love Disney and go as often as we can.

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    Beth

    March 3, 2021 at 1:12 pm

    With it being in such close proximity to Fantasy Land it would be easy to incorporate it into the land.

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