While watching that video for the first time, I actually thought the ending was going to lead up to a drop track haha. And now thinking about it, it would have been a pretty good surprise because that ending is pretty mesmerizing.
I can't really tell what it's signifying though. Either the eye of the storm or the Sun coming out after it. The latter sounds more plausible because it sort of looks like the clouds are moving away.
With the name Huracan, Bellewaerde Park will be close to the Mayan-theme for this family rollercoaster. A long, long time ago, the Maya's locked up Huracan, God of wind, storm and fire in a hidden temple. It was their idea of protecting their progeny from the destructive forces of Huracan. Starting from March 31st 2013, visitors will be able to bring Huracan a visit. But Huracan is an insidious God and will try to keep visitors inside his temple for eternity. Together with a two headed snake, visitors will try to get through every twist and turn to get out. But before they can do that, they will have to face the swirling water, destructive fire and stormy winds, sent to them by this aweful god Huracan!