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'''Great Chase''' is a [[kiddie]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Six Flags America]]. It replaced the former [[The Great Alonzo's Cannonball Coaster]]. The ride is located in the Looney Tunes Movie Town section of the park. Although a ride of the same name exists at [[Six Flags New England]], and previously [[Elitch Gardens]], New England's is a [[E&F Miler Industries]] [[family roller coaster]], and the former [[Wild Kitty (opened 2013)|Great Chase]] at Elitch Gardens is an [[Allan Herschell Company]] [[Little Dipper (model)|Little Dipper]] model.
'''Great Chase''' is a [[kiddie]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Six Flags America]]. It replaced the former [[The Great Alonzo's Cannonball Coaster]]. The ride is located in the Looney Tunes Movie Town section of the park. Although a ride of the same name exists at [[Six Flags New England]], and previously [[Elitch Gardens]], New England's is a [[E&F Miler Industries]] [[family roller coaster]], and the former [[Wild Kitty (opened 2013)|Great Chase]] at Elitch Gardens is an [[Allan Herschell Company]] [[Little Dipper (model)|Little Dipper]] model.



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Great Chase
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Six Flags America
Location Upper Marlboro, Maryland, USA
Park section Looney Tunes Movie Town
Status Operating since May 8, 1999
Replaced The Great Alonzo's Cannonball Coaster
Statistics
Manufacturer Zamperla
Product Family Gravity Coaster 80STD
Type Steel - Kiddie
Track layout Single helix
Riders per train 12
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 13 feet
Top speed 11.2 mph
Length 262.5 feet
Inversions 0
Duration 1:06
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Great Chase is a kiddie roller coaster located at Six Flags America. It replaced the former The Great Alonzo's Cannonball Coaster. The ride is located in the Looney Tunes Movie Town section of the park. Although a ride of the same name exists at Six Flags New England, and previously Elitch Gardens, New England's is a E&F Miler Industries family roller coaster, and the former Great Chase at Elitch Gardens is an Allan Herschell Company Little Dipper model.

Design

Elements

The ride begins when the train is pulled up the 13 foot tall lift hill before dropping into a helix and turn. Because the track is so short, the coaster sends you through 3 times.

Colour scheme

Blue track and supports.

Trains

Single train with 6 cars. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in a single row, for a total of 12 riders per train.

External links


Articles on Six Flags America
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