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G'sengte Sau is a sit-down roller coaster located at Erlebnispark Tripsdrill in Cleebronn, Baden Wuerttemberg, Germany. It was the first roller coaster to be manufactured by German company Gerstlauer.
G'Sengte Sau is a local dialect from the Tripsdrill region and it simply means "Fast Rider/Driver".
Using specially designed inline skates Dirk Auer (world record holder for traveling 270 kph (168 mph) on inline skates) rode / skated this coaster track during it's opening ceremony while carrying a liter of beer.
After a switchback section similar to that on a wild mouse type ride, follows a more intense section with drops and twists.
7 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 4 riders per car