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At Cedar Point, what goes up doesn't necessarily come down, it just keeps going up and up and up.
This spring, laughing at the lawas of physics, the Sandusky-based amusement park unveiled the top Thrill Dragester, a ride 110 feet taller (420 feet) and 27 mph faster (120 mph) than Millennium Force, the once-reigning king of coasters introduced in 2000. For the time being, the Dragster will become the world's tallest and fastest roller coaster.
But what does the park expect in return for its $25 million investment in steel and speed?
Since its parent, Cedar Fair LP, is publicly owned, park spokesperson Janice Witherow declined to comment on the …