Where can you find the world's fastest roller coaster? How tall is the tallest wooden coaster in Europe? From Australia to Japan, Germany to the USA, we'll ride the best of the best on Insane Coaster Wars: World Domination.
The battle rolls to Southern California for a 255-foot, stomach dropping plunge; a 55 mph coaster in Montreal that torments riders in every direction; a 12-story coaster in Ohio, and a monster 219-foot steel coaster in Mexico.
The battle rolls into Ohio for a twisted winged coaster that flips riders 180-degrees before taking a 164-foot nosedive, to Japan for the world's longest steel coaster with a stomach churning 318-foot drop, a dizzying 4G ride in Florida, and a 590-degree helix in Spain - which coaster will blast past the competition?
The battle rolls into Missouri for the fourth fastest wood coaster in the world; a legendary 21-story plunge in the UK; the second tallest vertical loop in the world in Texas and a 100-foot, 55 mph drop in Mexico.
The battle rolls into Missouri for an inverting wooden coaster, a dizzying 8 inversions coaster in Guatemala, a 228-foot plunge in Pittsburgh and an insane bottomless coaster in Taiwan - which coaster will blow past the competition?
The battle rolls into Texas for the tallest steel wooden coaster in the world, an insane 90 degree tilting drop in Taiwan, a camelback machine in Missouri and the man of steel in Spain - which coaster will reign supreme?
Insane Coaster Wars: World Domination continues in Germany with the tallest wooden coaster in the world. Next, we travel to Canada to ride an insane 90mph coaster and then back to the US for a gut-wrenching 4G coaster. Which coaster will crush the rest?
The battle rolls on to Australia for a coaster that shoots riders backwards at 100 mph, then to Germany for a ride that twists down 2, 360-degree corkscrews. And finally, we head to the US for a monstrous 5,000-ft coaster. Which will shred the competition?
The battle rolls to Abu Dhabi for the world's fastest roller coaster, then to Spain for an unbelievable 256-ft drop, and finally to the US for the world's longest and tallest flying coaster. Which will whip past the competition? Watch to find out.
The battle rolls on to Spain for a coaster that shoots riders up to 80 mph in 3.5 seconds, then it's on to Japan for the only ride with a 121-degree beyond-vertical drop, and finally to the US for a twisted zero-g roll.
The battle rolls to Australia for a coaster that plummets riders down a 130-foot hill, then to Italy for a coaster that rockets riders from 0 to 70 mph in 2.2 seconds, and finally to the US for the world's first 4th dimension coaster.
Insane Coaster Wars travels to Italy where riders are launched up a 147-foot-high loop, then it's on to Canada for a 540-degree helix, and finally to the US for the world's first hypercoaster, lifting riders over 200 feet into the air. Which coaster will earn the title of 'Most Insane'?