Which she absolutely loved! She made me go on it twice with her, which I was more than happy to do. 2nd ride we got a car with Steelers colors!
I do think that the cars could maybe be re-themed a la the Cars movie. And they do move awfully slow, but I understand that with the kids driving.
I never got the chance to visit the world when I was a kid so although I’ve been to MK a few times as an adult I’ve never been on the tomorrow land version - but I used to love the same type of ride at the park we visited when I was a kid. So don’t be too down on this one, for it is a kids ride, not an adults. Personally I think it should stay, I for one can’t wait for my kids to have a go next month when we visit :)
It's a decent attraction for most standards, but Disney could make something much better than this with the space it takes up. The lines strech endlessly for this ride on top of everything. Many lower class amusement parks have something comparable to this. Tomorrowland theming isn't bad though.
The main purpose for the Magic Kingdom is to have fun as a kid or as an adult. As a kid, the Raceway is totally fun. As an adult, it's pretty uneventful.
With that being said, I think it's almost unfair to blast this ride as adults. If you surveyed kids under the age of 11, I bet this ride gets a huge thumbs up. I for one am glad Disney chooses to maintain and keep this ride. Sometimes we adults forget that some of these attractions were designed for kids. I remember the Autopia at Disneyland being one of my favorite rides when I was a little kid. And yes, the ride lost a lot of excitement when I learned to drive a real car; and even moreso after I got a real job out of high school and found out what commuting means. BUT!!!----It would be a shame to bulldoze this ride and put in something that only adults can ride. WDW is one of the most special places to take a kid and this ride only makes it more special.
So, as an adult I give it a bad rating. But you know what, I'm going to give the ride the rating I would have given it when I was 10, since that's the age most riders are.