GateKeeper features an impressive giant flat spin (corkscrew).
GateKeeper's wingover drop is the tallest inversion in the world at 50m above ground.
GateKeeper is as much an art installation as it is a thrill ride.
GateKeeper's menacing train.
The area takes on a stunning appearance at night.
The queue can be long, but like most Disney queues it's not a bad place to pass the time.
Waiting in line for seat belts to be checked by sensors.
The ride features unsurpassed animatronics that make clever use of digital projections.
In addition to the unparalleled ride experience, the area's theme is one of the most inspiring of any Disney theme park.
Riders race in an outdoor section after having their wheels or paint upgraded. The winning car is always chosen at random.
The final turn before crossing the finish line. The roadside billboards along the footpath recreate the famous Burma-Shave advertisements that were a staple of American highways from the 1920s to 1960s.
Radiator Springs Racers is built with technology that was first used on Epcot's 1998 ride Test Track.
At over USD$200 million, Radiator Springs Racers is one of the most expensive rides ever built.
Riders queue in Luigi's Casa Della Tires.