It was Werner Stengel who was responsible for the Dive Machine, after John Wardley's idea for a flying roller coaster was put on hold - in effect, Oblivion was the stopgap for Air and the Superman: Ultimate Flight rides.
I think the notion that Dive Machines weren't capable of much apart from dropping like a stone is the stuff of net rumors.
Remember a few months ago, a new restruant that was a part of the SheiKra project? When I went in December, the outside part was the only one open, now the inside has been done and Busch done an alright theming job on this.
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