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|Riders per train||12|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Area||139.8 metres × 61 metres|
|Power consumption||22kW (ride systems|
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The Looping Star was opened in 1999, before the building it now sits on existed. Shortly after, it was moved to allow the building to be built. It was then moved back to its original location by 2003 and the Crazy Train was erected where the Looping Star was.
Following the 2019 season, the roller coaster was dismantled and sent to Clacton Pier. An extension to the pier, built to accommodate the roller coaster, collapsed on 14 February 2020 which led the park to push the opening back to 2021. It opened on 23 October 2021.
The spot where Looping Star stood previously at Codona's is now occupied by Apple Coaster.
2 trains with 3 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 12 riders per train. Looping Star has three trains but only two trains have been seen on the track at one time.
Originally had a "Looping Star" sign above the loop.
- Pinfari Models - Interpark
- Facebook photograph from Evening Express Memories
- "Clacton pier must apply for licences for collapse repairs and clean-up". East Anglian Daily Times. https://www.eadt.co.uk/news/clacton-pier-marine-management-organisation-collapse-1-6533692.
- Dwan, James (2021-10-25). "New Looping Star roller coaster opens at Clacton Pier". Clacton Gazette. https://www.clactonandfrintongazette.co.uk/news/19670353.new-looping-star-roller-coaster-opens-clacton-pier/. Retrieved 2021-10-29.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.