"Turbo Track" thrills at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi launches "Turbo Track, a rollercoaster which feeds the need for speed

Turbo Track at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.
Turbo Track at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi has unveiled its latest attraction, the "Turbo Track" rollercoaster, Arabian Business reported. 

"We are very proud to announce the launch of Turbo Track at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. With this new ride, we have expanded the theme park’s portfolio to 37 rides and attractions," said Miral CEO Mohamed Al Zaabi.

The theme park had to make building structural adjustments in order to accommodate "Turbo Track". According to the report, the rollercoaster shoots upwards at 102 kilometres per hour through a glass funnel, propelling guests on a vertical trajectory through its red roof to reach the highest point on Yas Island at 64 metres. Guests will then experience hair-raising zero gravity as they plummet vertically back down.

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"Turbo Track" is the third attraction to launch at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi within the past 12 months.


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