Garadaland has completed the trackwork for their latest Bolliger & Mabillard roller coaster, a dive coaster with an as-yet unknown name. There's probably more information on the ride and its theme available on the park's website, but I don't speak Italian and thus have no idea what's going on in these videos!
Anyway, crews had installed the lift, first drop, initial tunnel and a teeny tiny Immelmann a while ago, but there was still some mystery surrounding the rest of the ride's layout.
The trains will then navigate a very tight helix, remaining suspiciously high off the ground while in the heavily banked element. Then, as many predicted, the ride will have a second inversion - what appears to be a corkscrew that is almost stretched out enough to be called a heartline roll. A quick final turn and the brakes are next.
The ride is fairly short, and estimated to be around 140 feet tall... nothing huge but still a great idea for a park of Garaland's size. I personally love the vertical dive on these B&M rides, and even though it's not 200+ feet tall I think it'll be a great thrill. Wish a smaller U.S. park would build something similar!