Ah bless... Europe's fastest rollercoaster has turned one and it proud parents Thorpe Park made sure it had its own birthday cake to celebrate. No mean feat considering that the Chief Engineer for Stealth - John Niles - had the pleasure of blowing out its birthday cake candle at a mind-boggling height of 205ft at its very top.
Implications - Many people love to go to theme parks because the rides give them a thrill that they can't find anywhere else. Theme parks are always full of excited people who can't wait to get flipped around on the crazy rides. Companies in charge of these parks that create new and wild rides will have thrill seekers lined up for hours waiting for their chance to experience mind-blowing moments.
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Birthday Cake For Rollercoaster?
- By: CowbagMar 20, 2007 Updated: May 4 2011