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    Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show

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This attraction's final day of operation was April 2, 2016.
The information below is provided for historical reference.

Description And Comments

This show, which originated at Disneyland Paris, features cars and motorcycles in a blur of chases, crashes, jumps, and explosions. The secrets behind the special effects are explained after each stunt sequence, with replays and different camera views shown on an enormous movie screen; the replays also serve to pass the time needed to place the next stunt’s props into position. While the stunt driving is excellent, the show plods between tricks, and you’ll probably have had your fill by the time the last stunt ends. Expect about 6–8 minutes of real action in a show that runs 25–30 minutes.

Touring Tips

At the end of the Streets of America, Lights, Motors, Action! presents two to five shows daily. It’s popular, but its remoteness—it’s the most distant attraction from the park entrance—helps distribute and moderate crowds. The 3,000-person stadium ensures that you can find a seat except on the busiest days, but a family of four from Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, notes that it’s easier to get into the stadium than out:

When we exited the arena (which was full the day we visited), it was horrible! The cast members directed us all to the same exit, and it was a HUGE bottleneck that took us 20 minutes to break free from.

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