Intimidator 305 is a steel roller coaster located at Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia, United States. Manufactured by Intamin, Intimidator 305 opened to the public on April 2, 2010, as the park's fourteenth roller coaster. It is located in the Jungle X-Pedition section of the park near Anaconda on the former site of the Safari Monorail ride. Standing at 305 feet (93 m) tall and reaching speeds up to 90 mph (145 km/h), it is the second Giga Coaster to be built in North America, following Millennium Force at Cedar Point. The $25-million investment was the largest of any ride in park history. Themed to racing, the coaster was named after the late NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt, who was commonly known as "The Intimidator".Intimidator 305 has a first drop of 300 feet (91 m), which reaches a maximum descent angle of 85 degrees. Its unique lift hill structure only utilizes two main points of support at the hill's crest. Its overall height is also higher than the observation platform of the park's tallest structure, the Eiffel Tower attraction.After Intimidator 305's first operating season, the ride's first turn underwent major reconstruction to reduce the number of greyouts and blackouts some riders were experiencing. In early 2024, Kings Dominion renamed the coaster "Project 305" on their website, teasing that the ride was undergoing an identity transformation, likely due to expiring licensing rights to the Intimidator name.