I am wondering where the other site is getting their info. They just came out and said it's allSo.
What if I said this isn't replacing the speedway?
I could care less about Tron, but looked up this coaster (finally) just the other week, and it is cool!
A great modern addition to the park!
Beautiful and futuristic to look at.
It is a bit odd for it to be located next to another coaster - Space Mountain, but that's only odd for Disney really.
I agree with you- I want more real dark rides (like Alice in Wonderland in Disneyland- one of the best dark rides!)Those are the rides I am talking about. Honestly, I could careless about the Speedway. I want more rides like The Little Mermaid. Those are still family rides. I want true dark rides.
Its no better on the coaster itself. When reentering the showbuilding you are just going into a warehouse.If they do build the Tron coaster, let's hope they do a better job of hiding the show building
It's visible from multiple angles
It was overseen by the same guy who blew off Bob Gurr and then delivered an updated monorail that had no ventilation and no longer fit on its beamway.The potential for sightline issues with this ride worry me a lot. I don't understand how the view shown in the picture was EVER allowed.
It’s a giant warehouse. It has no visual connection to anything else, including the roof structure that ate up so much money.I don't understand the problem?
It's not as though the building is say Flight of Passage, or Battle Front, where the ride is supposed to be hidden by natural formations.
Or Potter, where we ware supposed to be in some far off land of castles and dragons.
I don't get how seeing the Tron building ruins anything.
Curious about this too. It seems odd to have 2 coasters right next to each other with such a similar theme. One themed to be futuristic and one themed to be futuristic...if it were still 1977 and the future included rickety tracks, music you can barely hear, and a dirty roof.Space Mountain is staying right???????
Anyone, anyone, bueller...