Most preshows were halted for COVID (including the stretching room at the HM), having people stand together in a room for 5-10 minutes didn't lend to social distancing.I assume they stopped the car design preshow during covid. This avoids having several people all touching the same control panel and/or needing to disinfect them between users.
LOL, this is me! For some inexplicable reason my husband REALLY likes this ride, so I suck it up & go on it with him every EPCOT visit. I'd never bother if I was by myself.I just tell my son to roll the window down on the highway for 20 seconds and that's test track. Lol def not worth the wait for my family.
Sure they can... quick & easy Radiator Springs overlay to Test Track:Sadly, they can't mimic RSR due to the ride's location in Epcot...
Same here. I think we rode it twice after the reimagining and now don't bother.Honestly, I haven't thought Test Track was worth a long wait since they reimagined it. I miss the old queue and the story just made more sense to me before. The end is fun, but the rest is just kind of random now - to me at least. Also, after riding Radiator Springs Racers at DL and seeing what that ride system could be kind of ruined Test Track for me. Back when FP+ was available we rode it when we could get one, but I wouldn't stand in more than a 20 minute line for it. JMO - I know lots of people love it, though.
Would have to agree. While I enjoy TT, without the pre show and creating your car, its not as much fun.Rode Test Track last week. Without the pre-show letting you design your own car, the ride is kind of baffling. For first timers, I am sure they come off the ride with a "what the heck was that" attitude. Sure the high speed trip at the end is fun, but everything leading up to it is just erratic. Wouldn't waste an hour waiting for this ride right now.
I was wondering if anyone else discovered this “hack”. We do the same thing except we then use Single Rider and then compare scores on the big board at the end.I know that you can't design your car right now, but we like to go "in" the "exit" and use the kiosks there to design individual cars before we get in line for the ride. Then we just wait in the design room and each of us can scan in our personal car for the "competition." We get pretty crazy about it and have a good time. LOL
Do you feel its worth an hour wait if the car design portion was still happening? IDK. IMO, I don't think it adds that much to make it significantly better. I agree it gives more context to the ride, especially for first time riders, but everything else is the same.Wouldn't waste an hour waiting for this ride right now.