Just spoke to the person who runs the fan page for the Thriller / Tsunami coaster on Facebook. The coaster has not been scrapped yet, and it might not be its end:
As of 21st March 2020, the track is still on site, if you look at Google Maps.
I was thinking of going to go to Thorpe Park on 6th July, but, at the moment, Fastrack doesn't seem to be available, which I need because I struggle to queue. But with the reduced capacity, do you think the queues will be that long?
Even if it's unlikely it'll happen, the forum is open for discussion. It's not just about what will actually happen. A world without dreams would be very dreary indeed.
EDIT: Sorry, just checked the area on Google Maps, mistook where the plot was and thought it was bigger.
Even if it didn't go there, still think it could be a good addition. And sizewise, stranger things have happened, they managed to fit 14 inversions in the footprint for the Smiler 😂.
EDIT: Also, the plot looks quite big:
Just giving my opinion, wasn't suggesting it would actually...
I'd like to see an RMC Raptor in the plot of Wild Mouse, with Wild Mouse-esque elements, but with inversions too. Maybe with 2 seater inline trains to mimic the old Wild Mouse cars, but with a loading station like the Raptor at SFFT. Probably an art deco theme to keep the heritage vibe alive.