Looping Star (Tivoli Park)

Roller coaster in Brazil
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Looping Star
Looping Star at Playcenter in 2008
Tivoli Park
Location Rio De Janeiro, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Coordinates 22°58′52″S 43°21′43″W / 22.981228°S 43.361808°W / -22.981228; -43.361808
Status Defunct
Operated 2020 to 2022
Rider height
  • Minimum: 120 cm
  • Min. unaccompanied: 130 cm
Ita Park
Name Looping Star
Location Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Coordinates 19°56′20″S 44°01′36″W / 19.938993°S 44.026539°W / -19.938993; -44.026539
Operated September 7, 2016 to 2018
Playcenter São Paulo
Name Looping Star
Location São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Coordinates 23°31′10″S 46°39′52″W / 23.519399°S 46.664420°W / -23.519399; -46.664420
Operated Unknown to July 29, 2012
Name Lisebergs Loopen
Location Gothenburg, Västra Götaland, Sweden
Operated 1980 to 1995
Replaced Super 8
Replaced by HangOver
Manufacturer Schwarzkopf
Product Looping Star
Designer / calculations Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Type Steel
Track layout Figure-8
Riders per train 28
Hourly capacity 1700
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Area 77 metres × 31.5 metres
Height 24.5 metres
Top speed 77 km/h
Length 592 metres
Inversions 1

Looping Star was an steel roller coaster built by Schwarzkopf previously located at Tivoli Park in Rio De Janeiro, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.



Colour scheme

White track and supports. The ride used to feature Blue track and white supports at Liseberg, with green track and purple supports at Playcenter São Paulo.


Single train with 7 cars. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 28 riders per train.

External links

Articles on Liseberg