It really is just a dive loop with a fancy name. Should be slightly more exciting than the one on Great America's Goliath, cause this one will bank to the right before rotating left and diving towards the ground.
Someone I'm in contact with asked Fred who designed the layout, and he said that Fred said it was both Alan & Joe. That would make sense considering Alan's retirement that Joe would be involved as well.
Mngmnt says, despite the delay in on property construction, the target date of opening is still May. The reason is that the same ppl who forge the track also do the construction, so track production is way ahead of schedule. He also says RMC and the workers are very excited about this project and are eager to get started and finished. FYI.
Too dark to take the picture, but a lot of survey Stakes have been placed where the golf course used to be. And whatever that orange stuff is that surrounds a construction area has been put up. That's what these pictures are. And a whole bunch more of the white rails scattered throughout the roller coaster area in the back.
Still nothing going up, but there has been ground prep. Construction geeks will know what to call the shallow ditch with rocked blockades. Also pictured is a portion of the employee parking lot which has been graded and partially graveled. Two kiddie rides close to the bldg have been relocated out of the coasters path. I really want to see some skyward construction.