Now that Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon is in the technical rehearsal phase (don't forget to check out our review of this new ride), the only other attraction that's currently under construction inside Universal Studios Florida is the future Fast & Furious: Supercharged. As you will see in this photo-report, the building containing the queue of the ride continues to grow in size, and the area surrounding the attraction's entrance is starting to change even more. We hope you will enjoy the pictures.
First of all, we noticed that the short queue leading to the lobby area of Race Through New York was slightly modified since the last time we visited this new attraction. It looks like they might be working on the floor:
As you can see, the path with the sign directing to the lobby was not being used:
Guests were coming into the building using one of the emergency exits:
As you can see, it looks like the floor is receiving some attention:
After experiencing the ride twice, we moved on to other areas of the park:
It was an absolutely great evening. Most of the wait times were less than 15 minutes!:
Here's the main reason why we came to the park:
As you can see, the walls in front of Fast & Furious: Supercharged were recently moved forward:
The graffiti walls have been removed and placed backstage:
The fountain next to the Ghirardelli building is now surrounded by the walls:
It is unclear whether or not the fountain will remain:
Graffiti walls are still in place in front of the former entrance of Disaster:
More wait times:
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