<p>Contrary to popular belief, the Corkscrew isn't the scariest corner on the track. Nor is it scary at all. No, it's the uphill stretch and then the 180-foot tall elevation change, back down to earth, that makes this place seem like a roller coaster. With blind crests and technical apexes, MRLS is an exhilarating rush no matter what you're driving—or riding. </p>
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