Given that the 'end' of the track (where the turntable is) also has numbers 1-4 marked on the ground in the animation, is it possible this is like a two station thing as well? As in you only ride from one side to the other, then get off and exit, and another group rides back to the original...
I was thinking about this when I was on my last road trip, in that the UK doesn't really feel like a great place for a cred run. It's all quiet spread out really, opening hours are hit and miss and the parks which are close together aren't easy to complete in one day imo.
Personally unless I'm...
Yes. Simply put, a block is there to "block" a train moving to the next section of a ride if the previous train hasn't gone past the next block.
The maximum number of trains most coasters can usually run is the number of blocks the ride has, minus 1. For example, your standard sit down roller...
I've done 6 GCIs and 1 Gravity Group, so it's hard to judge. But the one GG I've done (Wood Express) was incredible rattly for a ride that was only a couple of years old, and the restraints weren't great.
Whilst many GCIs are 'safe' options layout wise, I'd rather have their consistent quality...
Oooh that's a fun one to do...
5. Goliath (Walibi Holland)
6. Formula Rossa
8. Wildfire (Kolmarden)
9. Flying Aces
Zadra and Rossa were hard ones to gauge, but I feel like they're about right.
And a reminder of mine for those on...
This is the layout that has been shared here and there for however many years it's been since it was first announced:
(not sure what the original source is)
So if it's accurate it appears like there's a side slide and a twist and drop.
It's a nice set of calculations, but your estimates about capacity are way off.
For example: Movie Park Germany said in a recent Q&A session on their Instagram that they're allowed 10,000 people on park whilst Covid measures are in place, but are currently limiting themselves to 8,000 people...
If I remember correctly, the Sky Fly was originally planned to go in the Western area this year, along with a Mack Twost n Splash and a general revamp of that area. That was delayed, after the entrance revamp was pushed back from 2019 to 2020 (which itself was again delayed).
^I never really liked the idea of calling it Blue Harvest - it just didn't seem to make sense. Glad it was just a project name.
Monster's an okay name; does the job. Could have been a bit more creative though really.