With Ferrari Land’s coaster now completed, the work’s still happening inside the park, let’s take a look!
The 112m/367ft tall structure welcomes us to the resort at the right side of the entrance road to the park, waiting for its first tests.
The 3 emblems of Ferrari makes the coaster a truly lure for visiting Ferrari Land next year, with the park now set to open in April 7th 2017.
Beyond the fences, the construction progresses quickly. This is going to be the view from the entrance plaza leading to Ferrari’s new park.
On the left, we can see the future gift shop of the park, inspired by the real factory of Enzo Ferrari.
In the center, the big building is going to feature the “Ferrari Experience”. We don’t know what exactly it’ll be yet, because it is kept a secret, but the workers were very active all day so it must be progressing well. We hope for it to be revealed soon!
From inside the PortAventura park we can catch a glimpse of the construction. Let’s take a look at the construction site from this view!
This building here is the station of the race circuit. New red details have been added and all the entrances and exits to the platform seem to be finished.
These are the foundations of the mysterious building near the entrance that appears unthemed. There are a lot of things that have yet to be unveiled! But we’re 9 months away from the opening date, so shouldn’t be much longer.
Here’s another overall shot, with the always-present strata-coaster and some of the most progressed buildings in terms of theming.
Let’s use the imagination! This building here is part of the entrance to PortAventura, in the Mediterranean zone. But it’s very similar to the Italian themed buildings located at Ferrari Land. The final result can be something like that! Do you like it?
Our day continued at the main park, PortAventura Park, in order to enjoy its biggest thrills and immersive theming!
It’s always an enjoyment to ride these two B&M beauties, we’ll never get tired of them!
The retrack of 1/3 of Stampida’s layout is one of the silent changes this year. The new part is a little more enjoyable than before, but the overall experience it still rough and even painful. Let’s wait until next year when it’s set to have finished the retrack with the supposed new Millennium Flyer trains…
And a hot day it was! A water ride is always a relief in the Spanish summer heat!
Let us finish with a small video we made of the main coasters at PortAventura Park… in slow motion!
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