ADRENALINE junkies could be in for a treat as the world’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster is set to be build in Saudi Arabia.
Falcon’s Flight is set to open at Six Flags Qiddiya next year, and promises to reach a 156mph top speed and drop over a desert cliff.
Falcon’s Flight, nicknamed the world’s first “Exa Coaster”, is set to be the first to go over 500ft in height with a massive 640ft drop.
The current record holder for height at 456ft is Kingda Ka, located at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.
The Saudi attraction will also be taller than the iconic London Eye, which is 442ft in height.
The super rollercoaster also promises to be the longest ever, with a record 2.64 miles in length.
It will traverse more than 13,000 feet of track, or almost a mile longer than the current world record holder, Steel Dragon 2000 at Japan’s Nagashima Spa Land.
Soaring over a Formula 1 race track, Falcon’s Flight will also beat…
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