Nemesis Inferno at Thorpe Park ( Chertsey, Surrey, UK) is a steel roller coaster from the model inverted coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard, opened on 5 April 2003.
The journey begins with a small drop in a misty volcano followed by the lift hill. When the train reaches the 29 m high peak of the lift Hills, he makes a steep descent before it goes through the loop. This is immediately followed by a Zero-G -Roll and Interlocking Corkscrews. Prior to the final brake two sloping curves are traversed.
The ride is based on the same theme as the sister company of Nemesis at Alton Towers. It has the same name, coupled with the similarities of the first loops. In the last Helix 4.5 g acting on the passenger.
The trains of Nemesis Inferno each have seven cars. In each car four people can (a series à four people) take place. As restraint system come shoulder strap for use.
- Nemesis Inferno is the only inverted coaster, which is equipped with interlocking Corkscrews.
- The part before the lift hill with the journey through the tunnel is the longest on all roller coasters manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard.
- Nemesis Inferno is 77 km / h slowest inverted coaster manufacturer.
Train in the Corkscrew