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See Wikipedia’s guide to writing better articles for suggestions. This article needs additional citations for verification. Riders are arranged 2 across in a single row for a total of 24 riders per train. It is located in the Ghost Town section of the park, south of the main entrance.

The ride was formerly manufactured by the defunct Custom Coasters International. Construction on the attraction proceeded so quickly that the coaster was completed and opened nearly six months ahead of schedule. In August 1999, an unsecured piece of wood from the track was lifted by a passing train and thrown into the queue. The refurbishment, conducted by Great Coasters International, began on September 8, 2015, and was completed in June 2016.

Riders approach the ride near the entrance to Ghost Town. The queue begins by going through a mysterious mining tunnel and then going into the mine-themed queue house. After a wait in both levels of the queue, riders board one of the three GCI Millennium Flyer trains of the ride. The ride entrance, which is an eerie cave, was once part of the Pan for Gold attraction. There is a small initial descent into a ravine, which is followed by a gradual sweep to the right. Trains then pass through the transfer track and climb the lift hill.

The turnaround starts the second half of the ride. Diving off a straight section which was where midcourse brakes used to be, riders descend a steep drop, making a left-hand turn, rising over an airtime hill, before making a right-hand turnaround underneath the turnaround in the first half. After rising over another airtime hill, the trains enter a 450-degree downward helix to the right, before rising over a final hill and hitting the final brake run. The ride follows an L-shaped double out and back pattern. Most of the attraction resides on the parking lot near the marketplace. The ride crosses over Grand Avenue four times, road connecting southbound Beach Boulevard to the parking lots. The first two in the first half and last two in the second half.

At night, orange rope lights light up the handrails of the ride. The PTC trains were originally delivered, Copper was a dark brown, Silver was a flat gray, and Gold was a light brown. All trains sported the standard „Knott’s“ logo on the front of the train. Later on, ride logos were added and a metallic sheen added onto Gold and Copper trains. Although the ride has three trains, only two are in use at any time. The third train will usually being maintained and will be switched out with one of the other trains during the duration of the year. Each train is gets a maintenance overhaul during the year.

After the 2016 refurbishment, the trains were replaced with Great Coasters International’s Millennium Flyer trains. In new feature, Knott’s masters interactivity“. Follow the link for more information. Lego Racers is a Lego-themed racing video game developed by High Voltage Software and published by Lego Media. Set in the fictional „Legoland“ universe, the single-player mode follows various minifigure characters competing in a racing competition created by a fictional racing champion called Rocket Racer. Players control a minifigure, allowing them to drive a variety of cars built out of Lego and race them against other minifigure characters. Originally conceived by High Voltage founder Kerry J.

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