|Manufacturer||Coaster Works, Inc.|
|Builder||Martin & Vleminckx|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Manufacturer||Philadelphia Toboggan Company|
|Riders per train||30|
The attraction was set to be named Intimidator, but the name was changed to Thunder Eagle.
Thunder Eagle was branded as "An updated version of the classic double out and back wooden coaster design."
In July 2001, Race World closed due to low visitor numbers. It stood standing but not operating up until June 2003, when it got dismantled. It was shipped to Cascades d'eau de Piedmont in Canada, where it wouldn't reopen due to the park not receiving the permission to erect it. Thunder Eagle's trains and hardware where eventually sold of to Bay Beach Amusement Park, where they got reused on Zippin Pippin, which opened in 2011.
- "Thunder Eagle". Martin & Vleminckx.
- "Parts of Zippin Pippin came from another wooden roller coaster".
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.