Riders on this EPCOT Center attraction take on the role of a test driver for General Motors. Your responsibilities include testing new models of automobiles while they’re still in the concept phase. Get ready to buckle up and travel along bumpy terrain, through hairpin turns, into freezing cold chambers, and along 50-degree banked curves at speeds up to 65 miles per hour.

There is a 40" height requirement for this ride.

Age: Attraction Review:
ages 2-4 Young children who do meet the height requirement generally like Test Track, as it mostly uses speed for excitement rather than intense drops or turns.
ages 5-10 This ride is one of the most popular rides for kids in Epcot.
ages 11-15 Preteens and Teenagers love Test Track. It is one of the best rides at EPCOT.
ages 16-adult Older teenagers and Adults really like Test Track.
senior citizens Those concerned about motion sickness should note that Test Track is not a roller coaster. There is a section at the end where the cars drive quite fast, but it is mostly for the sensation of speed and it is not nearly as intense a roller coaster.

When to Visit

Test Track attracts some of the longest lines in Epcot. To avoid them, ride Test Track in the first hour the park is open (right after Soarin') or in the last hour the park is open. You can also obtain a FASTPASS.


While Soarin' usually runs out of FASTPASS tickets first, Test Track is not usually far behind. Quite often Test Track is out of FASTPASS by early afternoon, so arrive early to avoid missing out.

Single Rider Line

A third option presented at Test Track is the single rider line. This allows guests to fill in single seats. If you do not mind being separated from your group and riding the ride with strangers this option can cut your wait time in half.

Disney World Facts

  • At 65 m.p.h, this ride is the fastest in Walt Disney World.
  • Every car has its own individual computer system, with the same computation power as a NASA space shuttle.
  • Movie buffs may recognize the actor playing Bill McHale (the manager from the opening video) from Christopher Guest films.