So after Disney has, by your own admission, failed spectacularly twice in the exact same land when ripping out a classic attraction and replacing it with a “thrill” ride, why should we trust a third attempt? And why are Test Track and Space still around if they’re so pointless?Walt did know the importance of a thrill ride to balance out a park with Matterhorn Bobsleds.
In 1959 Matterhorn was 80 feet tall and was the tallest steel rollercoaster in the world. It was behind the 100 foot wooden cyclone though.
Test track barely counts as a thrill ride and Mission Space makes too many people sick.