{{Infobox |Box title =Racer |image =File:Racer (blue side) front seat on-ride HD POV Kings Island |image2 =File:Racer (red side) front seat on-ride HD POV Kings Island |Row 1 title =Park |Row 1 info =Kings Island |Row 1 title =Location |Row 1 info =Mason, Ohio, USA |Row 2 title =Opened |Row 2 info =1972 |Row 3 title =Manufacturer |Row 3 info =Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters, Inc. |Row 4 title =Riders per hour |Row 4 info =2,640 |Row 5 title =Height |Row 5 info =88 feet (26.8 meters) |Row 6 title =Top speed |Row 6 info =61 mph (98.2 km/h) |Row 7 title =Length |Row 7 info =3,415 feet (1040.9 meters) |Row 8 title =Inversions |Row 8 info =0 |Row 9 title =Sted back]] roller coaster located at Kings Island in Mason, Ohio. Racer opened as the world's fastest roller coaster in 1972. The ride sparked a "coaster renaissance" and a revival of wooden roller coasters. It is often credited with beginning the second golden age of roller coasters.

Ride ExperienceEdit

The ride has two separate tracks, one carrying blue trains, and the other carrying red trains.

Photo GalleryEdit

Kings Island Roller Coasters
Operating Adventure ExpressBacklot Stunt CoasterBeastDiamondbackFirehawkFlight DeckFlight of FearFlying ACE Aerial ChaseGreat Pumpkin CoasterInvertigoRacerVortexWoodstock Express
Former BatBavarian BeetleDemonKing CobraScooby's Ghoster CoasterSon of Beast

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