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An Epcot attraction is closing earlier than expected on select dates

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An Epcot attraction is closing earlier than expected on select dates
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Not all attractions stay open during normal operating hours. An Epcot attraction is closing earlier than expected on select dates. See how this may affect your visit below.

Test Track

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Get that seatbelt on because you’re about to test the limits! Test Track is one of the most popular attractions at Epcot due to its thrill factor and interactive experiences. First, you will design your own car accounting for things like speed and terrain. Then you will be able to test your design on a track.

This ride is very popular, so be sure to use Character Locator for tips on how to experience it without too much of a wait!

Closing Early

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The Disney website states that Test Track will be closing early tonight and tomorrow, November 16 and 17. Despite the park being open until 10:00 pm, Test Track will close to Guests at 7:00 pm.

Test Track also closed early on October 28. Could some kind of touch up or mechanical work need done? We are unsure of the reasoning for this early closure, but the attraction goes back to closing at 10:00 pm on November 18.

How will this closure affect your visit?

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If you are visiting Epcot today or tomorrow you will want to make note of this so you are not surprised when you walk up and notice it is closed. I would suggest getting in line right before closing if you plan to use standby.

If you purchased Genie+ today I would try to get in sooner rather than later. There is no severe weather expected in the area for a few days, but you never know when a rain shower will close Test Track.

Hopefully Test Track continues to stay open with the rest of the park. A busy holiday season is just around the corner, and many people are excited to ride.

Is Test Track a must-do attraction for you, or do you tend to skip it? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.