I've been there on the press meeting for the fans on saturday.
Toverland did a great job by showing us the stuff en the presentation.
We also got the change to ask the president of GCII some questions.
It will be there biggest coaster build so far.
There are 2 more potential cliënts in Europe but he did not tell wich one
Also hi mentioned something i think the most in Tampa would like to hear
When we walked outside on the construction area i told him about some of my trips to the US and my only GCI i've ridden so far.
I told him that gwazi was a good ride but a bit to rough.
Also i asked him why there are no Millenium trains on that coaster...
The answer was: Not yet but maybe soon
Clair is a fair and open person and i must say it was a pleasure to meet him.
He takes the time for everyone with questions and offcourse a picture.
To help you out:
Tomorrow the corner next to the parking lot should be going up and the opening is planned on 23 june
That... looks... awesome!!! It looks kind of like it harkens back to the old days of Wildcat if you ask me, but who's to say I don't like Wildcat? Sigh, if only another GCII were to be made on the east coast US...
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