Europe's Fastest and Highest Rollercoaster Can Go From 0 to 120mph in 5 Seconds

Now operating at Ferrari Land.

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Ferrari Land in Spain, appropriately of all places, has not only the fastest but also the tallest rollercoaster in Europe. Dubbed the “Red Force,” this twisted metal behemoth can accelerate from 0 to 112mph in just 5 seconds. As for height, the ride stands at 367-feet tall, about 100 feet taller than UK’s tallest attraction called the Blackpool. In comparison to U.S. coasters, Red Force still pales in comparison to Six Flags New Jersey’s 456-ft “Kingda Ka.” And for the fastest roller coaster in the world, that title belongs to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, whose ride tops speeds of 149mph.

Ferrari Land has 11 racing-themed attractions for the whole family to experience. If you have fear of speeds and heights, we’re sure you’ll find some other less dizzying/terrifying options. For those wanting to preview a first-person look at Red Force, you can watch the video too.

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