^^ & ^^^ Or it could have nothing to do with that at all. I'm sure the actual engineers that are working on the ride and the project managers at BGT know the answer to that. Perhaps if we do a Q&A session with them at the park one day this is a great question to ask.
They put a cheetah on a large spinning wheel and used the track type that the cheetah's tail stopped on. In this case, it just happened to be box track instead of double spine track. That's my theory and I'm sticking to it.
I would assume that usually track design is determined by engineering requirements/cost efficiency and It may just be me, but all things aside I consider the "Box" Intamin track to look a lot better than the new "double spine" track like used on I-305...again just my opinion, glad to see more Intamin "BOX"...ha
Also, Kudos to BGT for having fun with the enthusiasts...I really like how some of the companies have embraced social media to get people excited for their upcoming attractions!
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