Rattle Snake

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Rattle Snake (previous names Keverbaan, Road Runner and Woks Waanzin) is a steel roller coaster in Walibi Holland in the Netherlands. It was built by Zierer

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Rattle Snake was built in 1994 by Walibi Flevo as Keverbaan. When Six Flags took over the park in 2000, the name was changed to Road Runner. Six Flags decided to paint the track brown instead of red, but later they decided to paint it back to red in 2004. After the park name was changed to Walibi World, Road Runner was renamed to Woks Waanzin, but due to the name change in 2011 to Walibi Holland, the mascotte Wok disappeared and the coaster was renamed to Rattle Snake. It moved to another section of the park, replacing Flying Dutchman Gold Mine. The coaster has a capacity of 1000 people per hour.

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Rattle Snake on the Walibi Holland website (Dutch)