The Shock Wave
Shockwave at Drayton Manor Park ( Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, UK) is a steel roller coaster from the model stand-up coaster manufacturer Intamin, which was opened in 1994. It is the only stand-up roller coaster in Europe.
The 500 m long stretch leads to a displayed as a curve first drop immediately followed by a Zero-G - Roll through a loop. This is followed by the double corkscrew connects. After another curve then follows the conclusion brake. Shockwave is the world's only stand-up coaster with a Zero -G Roll.
By 2003 Shockwaves rails teal and the supports were brown. Since 2004, she has blue rails and white columns.
Shockwave has two trains, each with six cars. In each car four people can (a series ) take place. Passengers must be at least 1.42 m tall to ride allowed. As restraint system come shoulder strap for use.