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Incredible video shows riding on ‘world’s steepest and fastest’ Iron Gwazi roller coaster

An INCREDIBLE video showing a thrilling ride on the “slopest and fastest” mixed roller coaster in the world, the Iron Gwazi.

The fascinating monster roller coaster, located at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay in Florida, will open on March 11.

Iron Gwazi is scheduled to premiere on March 11

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Iron Gwazi is scheduled to premiere on March 11Credit: Sea World Entertainment
It is considered the top of the world "steepest and fastest" roller coaster

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It is considered the “slopeest and fastest” roller coaster in the worldCredit: Sea World Entertainment
The coaster stands at 206ft and reaches speeds of 76mph

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The coaster stands at 206ft and reaches speeds of 76mphCredit: Sea World Entertainment

Iron Gwazi standing at 206ft, having a 91-degree drop and reaching speeds of 76mph will be the park’s 10th roller coaster.

It is set to showcase moments where riders fly out of their seats mid-air as well as three inversions.

Exciting footage shows the reactions of screaming racers as they plunge down the entire 4,000-foot steel track.

The much-anticipated roller coaster, made by Rocky Mountain Construction is an improved version of the old wooden Gwazi coaster, which closed in 2015 according to Tampa Bay Times.

Busch Gardens said in a statement: “While elements of Gwazi, the classic wooden roller coaster, are incorporated into the new ride, brand new thrill components and simulated track layouts took Iron Gwazi to the next level.”

Neal Thurman, president of Busch Gardens added: “Iron Gwazi diversifies our thrill ride portfolio and is an impressive addition to Tampa’s skyline.

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“Combining classic elements of a wooden roller coaster with a smooth, steel track will provide thrill-seekers with an unforgettable experience.”

The The tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster in the world will open at Six Flags in Saudi Arabia in 2023.

Called Flight of the Falcon, it will reach breakneck speeds of up to 155 mph.

The trip also has three reverses

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The trip also has three reversesCredit: Sea World Entertainment
It's based on the old Gwazi that closed in 2015

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It’s based on the old Gwazi that closed in 2015Credit: Sea World Entertainment
The world’s tallest and longest monorail will open next year

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