For me its RMC Gwazi
The crucial difference is that Busch Gardens Williamsburg is not a 365 day park, so they will not have to drop to one train operations every time they want to perform maintenance on a train because they have closed days to do it.Pantheon, in the sister park has also only two trains even though it's a popular park and the ride is able to run three trains, so I think Iron Gwazi will also run only two trains.
I don't know why Seaworld decided to do that but they will have a reason, maby the year was a bit expensive because of the five new rollercoasters and they must save money
Panteon has two launches, right? That counts. Taron doesn't have an MCBR either and that thing eats people up. If I'm not mistaken, you could dispatch another train on Pantheon after the previous train clears the top hat. That way, by the time a train reaches the switch launch, the previous train should be on/or have cleared a brake run at the end.I'm kinda getting pissed at the lack of train purchases recently. Granted, this ride and Pantheon have no MCBR.
CoasterMac, your NL trackbuilding skill level makes me moist. You perfectly captured that RMC feel.
Awesome! I'm just wondering how many banked turns that layout has. Really gives you food for thought if RMC is making a TURN towards more speed-heavy coasters (as seen by Zadra). Still, an awesome layout despite my concerns over the lack of traditional airtime-hills.