|Some equipment seen while waiting|
The ride from my understanding is basically a copy of the studio tour in Universal Hollywood which I'm guessing on the tour when its mixed with other things this great, but as a stand alone attraction that you have to wait in line for its sucks.
You start off by going through an area with cars and garage parts and what not. You would think
I was still hopefully but as soon as I saw the ride vehicles my hope started to fade. Looks a little different but basically the exact same vehicle and the new King Kong ride. Six people in a row no lapbar and no seatbeats. You putter along and you enter a room where you see four cars, actually the best part of the ride. The cars are pretty cool to see. However with the way the ride vehicle is set up if you are on the right you can see one car and the left can see three. You can't really see all of them no matter where you are.
The next room killed all hope I had. You are looking at screens which are suppose to be a group of people dancing, but its not done well, so it looks like a screen with a bunch of people standing in a
|The car that can be seen from the right side of the vehicle|
I have to admit everyone I saw getting off that ride looked mad, or upset. The best thing is the gift shop. If you like the franchise they have nice shirts and jackets, I actually want some of them. Me and my husband were so upset we left the park after riding it. I was so excited and pumped and then I got that. Its sad that Universal made a stand alone Fast and Furious ride and there are no lapbars and no seatbelts. Its just sad, even The Cat in the Hat has a lapbar. I will ride again at some point to give another go, but I have a feeling my mind won't change.