New fun ride at Ferrari Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the only Ferrari-branded theme park in the world, said its newly-launched fun attraction ‘Tyre Twist’ has become a big hit among families who are enjoying this classic tea-cup style ride.

The family tea-cup style ride lets visitors whirl around an enormous turntable in giant tyres, putting a unique Ferrari spin to a much-loved amusement park ride, said a park official.

‘Tyre Twist’ joins a brand new series of fun attractions to have made their debut in 2012, including the exciting multisensory aerial adventure Viaggio in Italia that takes in the sights and sounds of Italy’s most scenic cities, the cirque-style live performance RED – A Theatrical Spectacular of Speed and Passion, the interactive game show Fast Lane that lets you test your racing knowledge.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi said it celebrates the passionate spirit of the legendary racing marque. Through more than 20 rides and attractions inspired by the cars themselves, the drivers and years of racing triumphs, the theme park spurs on visitors to find their drive and come out winners.

Featuring high-adrenaline rides, family-friendly attractions, state-of-the-art simulators, live shows, an inspiring treasure of racing memorabilia and a unique taste of Ferrari’s homeland through authentic dining experiences, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is the place to live the true Ferrari story.

Besides the Ferrari park has also an entire lane of popular automotive-inspired midway games that gives visitors the chance to challenge friends and family and emerge a winner, the official said.

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