That depends on how perfectionist they want to be with it. With the creation of Harry Potter, they literally left no stone unturned. It's why I mentioned in one of my post in the thread that Universal is overall very good at pleasing it's partners yet good at "adding its own touch" (like throwing in some Nintendo-style Universal things to promote its own things I guess?).
I mean, the possibilities are up to the imagination. Nintendo is the company directing this after all, so I'm hoping THEY want an F-Zero ride more than anything else.