|Toy Box Speedway|
|The disc's packaging.|
|Game||Disney Infinity: 3.0 Edition|
|Location||The Toy Box|
|Packs & Tools||None|
Toy Box Speedway is a Toy Box Game in Disney Infinity: 3.0 Edition. It was released on October 13th, 2015 and in some countries October 23rd 2015. It is a battle racing game, similar to the races in the Cars Play Set, and is based on the Mario Kart game series. Any playable character may enter it. The game is sold individually for $19.99 in the U.S.
Toy Box Speedway is a racing game heavily inspired by Mario Kart, but with Disney's characters and vehicles. The player is allowed to choose any character and any vehicle they choose to participate in the race, which takes place in a selection of Disney-themed worlds.
There are several modes of gameplay in this game. First, there are the Cups, which work like the Cups from MarioKart, of which there are three. Each of the cups features three tracks. There are also battle races, where the focus is placed on battling rather than speed; and Time Trial races, where the player is by themselves on the track and races to beat their best time. Finally, there is a freestyle stunt arena, where the player can simply show off and do tricks.
Like the Toy Box Games before, the game has a central hub from which the new games are entered. It takes the form of a tricked out freestyle stunt arena with a racetrack around the outside. This hub apparently also has mission givers in it.
There are 9 tracks in Toy Box Speedway: 6 Disney, 1 Marvel, 1 Star Wars, and 1 Pixar.
- Agrabah Raceway - Aladdin
- San Fransokyo Circuit - Big Hero 6
- Arendelle Racing Rink - Frozen
- Gravity Falls Mystery Tour - Gravity Falls
- Road to Knowhere - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy
- Monsters Mayhem - Monsters, Inc.
- Halloween Town Highway - The Nightmare Before Christmas
- Dunes of Tatooine - Star Wars
- Sugar Rush Raceway - Wreck-It Ralph
There are many power-ups that can be used in the game. There are many variations of Vehicle Weapons that can be used, as well as some totally new power-ups. Known power-ups are a simple Speed Boost (Like the Red Mushroom from MarioKart), variations of Machine Guns and Impact Mine, the Leader Beater (which automatically takes out the leader, like the Blue Shell from MarioKart), the Oil Slick, and even an unnamed power-up that turns all of your opponents' Vehicles into jalopies (similar to the thunderbolt from MarioKart).
The game disc is different looking from the Toy Box Games of Disney Infinity 2.0. While those discs were a transparent blue, this disc is a transparent white, the same color as a play set piece. The bottom is shaped like a hexagon so as to fit on the hexagonal spot on the Disney Infinity Base. Superimposed above the circle is another, smaller circle. At the top of the disc is a trophy, with a ribbon across the base of it.
The game was developed by Sumo Digital, the company behind Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. The partnership began when John Vignocchi ran into Sumo's president Sean Millard at GDC and told him how much he loved Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing.
In a later interview, Millard said that while he was a fan of the Disney Infinity games, he always felt that the driving controls were not as responsive as they could be. Thus, the first thing the team at Sumo did for the game was to change the driving controls to make them more responsive. According to Millard, their goal was to make the game so that it played like Mario Kart in terms of controls.
- This Toy Box Game will not be accessed via disc, but with a clear piece, like that of a play set.
- Unlike in the Toy Box Games of Disney Infinity 2.0, any character may enter this game, from Star Wars, Marvel, or Disney.
- Players are allowed to use Vehicle Power Discs as their karts in this game.
- There will be collectible coins in this game that will unlock more toys.
- The opponents in this race will be any other randomly generated Playable Characters riding any randomly generated Vehicles. This will be the first time that players can race characters other than Cars characters in a race; until this point, all racing opponents have been cars.
- According to GameInformer magazine, each track will feature what is known as "track stories," meaning that things will change each time you pass them on the track.
- Driving into the Cherry Bombs placed along the track on the Wreck-It Ralph track will cause your car to spin out.
- On the Frozen-themed track, more snow will pile up the longer you drive on it.
- Millard at first was against the idea of a Monsters, Inc.-themed level, because it was "...not (his) favorite brand," but when the level was completed, he was glad that the team had fought to keep it in.
- You will unlock many toys from this game. 
- For all photos and videos, see Toy Box Speedway/Gallery.
- ↑ http://infinityinquirer.com/2015/09/21/psa-toy-box-speedway-launches-october-13th-latest-on-toy-box-takeover/
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2015/05/12/disney-infinity-3-0-meets-mario-kart-in-the-speedway-toy-box.aspx
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 http://infinityinquirer.com/2015/05/05/details-of-the-four-new-toy-box-game-discs-in-disney-infinity-3-0/
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mq7tLEpZtb4
- ↑ http://diskingdom.com/2015/06/09/more-details-on-disney-infinity-3-0s-toy-box-takeover/
- ↑ http://www.forbes.com/sites/andyrobertson/2015/05/21/disney-infinity-3-0-toy-box/
- ↑ http://blogs.disney.com/insider/2015/05/05/our-7-favorite-things-about-disney-infinity-3-0/
- ↑ https://twitter.com/InfinityInq/status/631530646876368896