Resources Contact Us Home
Amusement park having an elevated racetrack and associated methods

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #6464593.

The invention discloses an amusement park comprising an elevated wooden racetrack built in combination with another park activity. The combination comprises a wooden racetrack surface extending along at least one portion elevated above ground level, and a support frame comprising a plurality of vertical supports connected to support the elevated portion above ground level, and another park facility constructed at least partially below the elevated portion of the racetrack to thereby conserve space in the amusement park. The combination includes a go-kart as the motorized amusement vehicle. The park facility constructed below the racetrack is selected from an amusement ride, a building, and a parking lot, the amusement ride being particularly a boat ride having bumper boats. An amusement ride includes a second racetrack operated at least partially below an elevated portion of the first racetrack, and sharing a pit area therewith. A method of generating revenue from the combination is also included in the invention.

  Recently Added Patents
Inter-carrier communications for multimedia-message delivery
Handling errors in a data processing system
Data transfer device and data transfer method
Method and system for remote delivery of email
Controller with screen
Replacing memory pointers with implicit pointers to be used in compiler-generated debug output
System and method for providing program recommendations through multimedia searching based on established viewer preferences
  Randomly Featured Patents
Wavelength calibration in a fiber optic gyroscope
Forms feed tractor for a printer
Portal crane with additional load carrier
Interconnection structure for circuit boards and terminal members
Method and apparatus for respiration monitoring
Holddown mechanism for a dockboard
Voice synthesis device
Electro-acoustic transducer
Semiconductor device achieving reduced wiring length and reduced wiring delay by forming first layer wiring and gate upper electrode in same wire layer
In-vehicle drive pattern optimization for reduced road wear