This construction is taking place to make room for the upcoming arrival of the Tron Coaster. A section of the racetrack has been demolished so that the ride can be shortened and re-routed.
According to the photos, it also looks as if a large section of the original track is being renovated and replaced. Currently, the cars are still parked on the far side of the track towards Space Mountain.
The Tomorrowland Speedway has been around since Walt Disney World’s opening in 1971 and is set to reopen in May 2019. This attraction allows you to put the pedal to the metal in your own gas-powered car. Children of all ages love the thrill of taking the tiny cars for a spin!
Although the speedway will be adjusted to accommodate the new Tron Coaster, it will still be the same ride we (including myself!) have fond memories of.
The upcoming Tron Coaster is based on a popular Shanghai Disneyland attraction called the Tron Lightcycle Power Run. You will be able to hop on a two-wheeled Lightcycle and zip off at nearly 60 miles per hour! This new attraction is set to open by 2021.
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