Busch Gardens Tampa 2011 Attraction Teaser Picture
Busch Gardens Tampa:
Busch Gardens Tampa today released a new picture of it's new attraction under construction for 2011.
On Busch Garden's Facebook Page
they shared this
new picture with the caption: "It's Friday, and we at BG feel like having a little fun with our Fans this afternoon. How about a photo shared with us from the team working on our 2011 Attraction?"
What do you guys think? Looks exciting to me :)
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Looks confusing... and a lot of teeth... i think decapitation...
but yes, exciting!!!
From Tyler Bell
Posted September 12, 2010 at 8:43 AM
what is that?
^Intamin track! It basically confirms what I've been saying all along! Bring on the Intamin Rocket Coaster!
That's definitely a section of Intamin track. However, I wouldn't bet on a rocket coaster just yet. I have a feeling it's going to be a LIMs launch with trains like Furius Baco. I just don't see Busch Gardens going with the unreliable and high maintenance hydraulic launching system, especially if it only tops out at the reported 60 MPH.
I was at the park today, and the one thing I can say for certain is that there is at least 1 inversion. Based on the footers that have already been poured near the Safari Tour pickup area, there's going to be sone kind of inversion right over that pathway.
From steve lee
Posted September 13, 2010 at 7:59 PM
If Busch Gardens wanted something reliable, I'm thinking they wouldn't be going with Intamin...
From steve lee
Posted September 17, 2010 at 6:45 AM
Um...that looks cool...
Nine second preview clip
Maverick+Busch Gardens theming+animal exhibit=awesome!
That clip definitely eliminates my thought of Furius Baco trains.
^^Hey, you cheated! ;D
No, its just that most people had to enter a code into a certain site to see it, but it looks like someone clever found a way to post it on Youtube!
Basically, it looks AWESOME!
Based on 10 seconds, that looks like an Intamin blitz coaster. The most well known current example of this type is Maverick at Cedar Point. Judging by all the holes they are reportedly digging, there might be some real theme to this one.
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