To be fair this was originally a prepandemic plan that got delayed. My understanding is it was they intended to start construction after the close of their 2020 Season and be ready to open it at the beginning of their 2021 season. Survey stakes and markers were visible around Thanksgiving 2019.Great to see this. I just hope they don't copy FunSpot and start clapping every time you wrap up a ride.
I would assume so. Why spend all the money building a new track, then use old, crappy go karts... oh wait, that would be the SEAS approachMy main question- is that since they’re expanding this track- are they going to get new karts for it as well? They’ve started investing in go karts that have the park logo on them, first appearing on their figure 8 course. The current cars that are on this track are designed to look more like nascar cars. They also don’t have a super tight turn radius, which wouldn’t be good for that helix.