Ferrari World Abu Dhabi Opens Latest Rollercoaster Turbo Track

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi recently launched its newest roller coaster, Turbo Track. The rollercoaster gives riders a small glimpse into the lives of Ferrari test drivers. The official ride opening took place in Ferrari World Abu Dhabi style, as guests enjoyed a live performance inspired by the story of the ride before Turbo Track welcomed its inaugural riders. 

Turbo Track is a first for the park, with major structural changes made to the building to accommodate it. The rollercoaster launches guests from inside the park at 102 KMPH (63 MPH) through the glass funnel, propelling them through the red roof to the highest point on Yas Island at 64 meters, before they experience zero gravity on the ride down. Turbo Track is the third ride to be launched at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi in the last 12 months. 

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the first Ferrari-branded theme park in the world, opened its doors in November 2010. The park offers thrill rides, family-friendly attractions, live shows, and seasonal festivities that bring in performances from around the world. The park is also home to the world's fastest rollercoaster, Formula Rossa and the triple record-breaking rollercoaster, Flying Aces.

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Ferrari World Abu Dhabi also offers guests a range of Ferrari-inspired experiences including Benno's Great Race, Karting Academy, Junior Training Camp, Driving Experience, Fiorano GT challenge, Scuderia challenge, as well as shopping and dining experiences. Guests can purchase bronze, silver, or gold tickets offering park access, merchandise vouchers, fast passes, and priority seating depending on the the type of ticket.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is operated by Farah Experiences LLC. 

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