Oldest Roller-coaster: Leap-The-Dips is the world's oldest operating wooden roller-coaster at Lakemont Park.
One of the scariest: Batman the Ride in Six Flags Illinois. With vertical loops, hairpin turns, corkscrew, and a zero-G roll while riding backwards, this one is not for the feint of heart.
World's highest inversion: The GateKeeper in Cedar Point. The inversion, at a recorded 180 feet, also includes the highest drop as well as the longest track.
Fastest: Formula Rossa POV in Abu Dhabi where you can "feel the acceleration of 240km/h in under 5 seconds and discover what 4.8Gs really feels like." according to the Ferrariworld abudhabi website.
Most inversions: The Smiler at Alton Towers in the U.K. has a stunning 14 loops!
Water Roller-coaster: Vanishing Roller-coaster in Japan at Cosmoland. It actually dives underwater into a tunnel.
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