|Park||Nurburgring Race Track|
|Opening date|| August 15, 2009 (first opening)
October 31, 2013 (reopening)
|Closing date||September 3, 2009 (first closure)|
Early Years (2009)Edit
As part of the 2009 Nurburgring Race Track project, ring racer was opened for the first time on August 15, 2009. After months of the ride going smoothly, terror struck on September 3, 2009 when a series of explosions in the ride's pneumatic system caused injuries and broken windows. The ride was immediately closed and has been testing for reopening ever since.
Testing and Reopening (2010-2013)Edit
On Halloween 2013, ring racer reopened after successfully testing over the last two years. It is still the holder of the fastest coaster record.
The ride begins at a launch pad with a countdown. It then speeds up at 135mph in 2 seconds up a titled 37.5 degree hill. It then goes down a hill and into the main building for half a minute. It then curves back outside and into its station.
- ring racer has been the record-holder ever since it's first opening of fastest rollercoaster on the Earth, beating Kingda Ka at 128mph.
- The roller coaster cost 12.3 Million Euro to produce, as of Rhineland-Palatintate's calculations.
- The ride was produced by S & S Worldwide.