And you heard that from where? The layout seems like it will 5 inversions; a tilted immelmann, a dive loop, a heartline roll, a zero-g stall and another heartline roll. Don't think we've had any official statement as to how many inversions this will actually have.
I had a very vivid one last night and I thought it would be worth sharing on here.
There was a huge theme park under construction, somewhere near Chester, England. I think it was intended to be one of the best theme parks in the world. I distinctly remember 5 coasters, 4 B&Ms and a GG woodie...
You know you don't have to quote a member's name if you quote their post. And vice versa.
But yes I believe he is right, the launches are all made by InTraSys from what I am aware of. Strange though because some (Gerstlauer) are a lot more forceful than others (Mack).
I've always thought Abismo, Shock, Freischutz and Dragon Legend looked like solid rides.
I didn't particularly love G Force or HWRRR when I rode them, but I think the coasters listed above have stronger and more interesting layouts. The restraints are 💩 though.
I remember in an interview with Rodolphe Gelis a few years back, he did say that the park may consider an inverting coaster in the future. My money is that it will be a Big Dipper, as he also said that a launch would have represented a 30% cost increase for Alpina Blitz, so they went with a much...