I rode this last night, it's hilarious, on each of the hills I was being lifted up off the floor, regardless of if I jumped or not, so you don't really need to try hard to get bonus air.
In particular, there's a twisted transition right towards the end that really flicks you up.
If they were replacing it they would go down the ramp on the exit tunnel, cut up the old track and pull it out. No need for any wagons on the existing track
Then new track goes in from the low point working your way up. Eg crane pieces directly down the hole for the drop, and go down the exit...
Why cant the BBC be paid for through consolidated revenue instead of a separate fee?
The national broadcaster in Australia, the ABC gets paid for that way, so no need to have a separate licensing and enforcement system (Detector vans LMAO), which in itself costs money.