The head-chopper on the turnaround dive looks so cool! The pacing and track length looks like it's right in the Goldilocks zone...not too short, not too long, maintains really good speed and should deliver a variety of airtime.
I like this final layout better than the earlier concept that went heavy on the s-turns and directional changes; this looks like it flows really well.
Some of those quick-transition overbanked turns look pretty good, as does that run there at the very end.
People go absolutely nuts over Millennium Force, and it seems to be more of a "speed" coaster than an "airtime" coaster. I don't think that Energylandia has anything to worry about with this one, it looks pretty great.
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