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Mario Circuit is a very common course in the Mario Kart series. Most Mario Circuit versions appear in the Flower Cups (with the exception of Mario Kart DS in the Star Cup) of the Mario Kart game. All of the Mario Circuit versions look completely different, some of them return to future Mario Kart games as a retro course. In Mario Kart 64, Mario Circuit was named Mario Raceway.

Mario Circuit has also been used in other games out of the Mario Kart series. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mario Circuit is a Figure-8 Circuit based on the Mario Circuit from Mario Kart Wii. It has driving Shy Guys in the battlefield. In the Wii Version of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, the Mario Circuit stage from Mario Kart Wii is used for the event, Dream Ski Cross. It is the exact replica from Mario Kart Wii except it is covered in snow and has a few background differences. In Itadaki Street DS, there is a board called Mario Circuit based on the Circuit from Mario Kart DS. In Fortune Street, a stage called Mario Circuit based on the stage in Mario Kart Wii appears.

This course is named after the Italian heroic plumber from Brooklyn, Mario.


Mario Kart SeriesEdit

Super Mario KartEdit

Mario Circuit 1Edit

This is the first track in the game. It is the first track of the Mushroom Cup in the game. It reappears in both Mario Kart DS as the first course of the Shell Cup and Mario Kart: Super Circuit as the (All the tracks from Super Mario Kart returns in the game as an Extra Cup) first course of the Extra Mushroom Cup.

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Mario Circuit 2Edit

This is the fifth track in the game. It is the last track of the Mushroom Cup in the game. It reappears in both Mario Kart 7 as the first course of the Banana Cup and Mario Kart: Super Circuit as the (All the tracks from Super Mario Kart returns in the game as an Extra Cup) first course of the Extra Flower Cup.

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Mario Circuit 3Edit

This is the tenth track in the game. It is the last track of the Flower Cup in the game. It reappears in both Mario Kart Wii as the first course of the Lightning Cup and Mario Kart: Super Circuit as the (All the tracks from Super Mario Kart returns in the game as an Extra Cup) second course of the Extra Lightning Cup.

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Mario Circuit 4Edit

This is the fifteenth track in the game. It is the last track of the Star Cup in the game. It reappears in Mario Kart: Super Circuit as the (All the tracks from Super Mario Kart returns in the game as an Extra Cup) third course of the Extra Star Cup.

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Mario Kart 64Edit

In this game, Mario Circuit is known as Mario Raceway. This is the eighth track in the game. It is the last track of the Flower Cup in the game. It reappears in Mario Kart Wii as the last course of the Shell Cup.

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Mario Kart: Super CircuitEdit

In this game, Mario Circuit is the fifth track in the game. It is the first track of the Flower Cup in the game. All the Mario Circuits from Super Mario Kart reappear in this game as Extra Classic courses.

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Mario Kart: Double DashEdit

In this game, Mario Circuit is the sixth track in the game. It is the second track of the Flower Cup in the game. It reappears in Mario Kart Wii as the last course of the Leaf Cup.

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Mario Kart DSEdit

In this game, Mario Circuit is the eleventh track in the game. It is the third track of the Star Cup in the game. Mario Circuit 1 from Super Mario Kart reappears in this game.

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Mario Kart WiiEdit

In this game, Mario Circuit is the fifth track in the game. It is the first track of the Flower Cup in the game. Mario Circuit 3, Mario Raceway, and Mario Circuit from Mario Kart: Double Dash reappear in the game. In Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games for the Wii, Dream Ski Cross uses this stage as a race course in the game.

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Mario Kart 7Edit

In this game, Mario Circuit is the sixth track in the game. It is the second track of the Flower Cup in the game. Mario Circuit 2 from Super Mario Kart reappears in this game.

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Mario Kart 8Edit

In this upcoming game, Mario Circuit is a figure-8 circuit which uses Hang Gliders and Anti-gravitation. The Circuit is designed to look like the Mobius Strip in the 8 of Mario Kart 8.


Other Mario GamesEdit

Super Smash Bros. BrawlEdit

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Shy Guys racing in Mario Circuit

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mario Kart Wii: Mario Circuit is a starting stage in the game. Shy Guys race in the game and can be knocked out of the course by fighters, howeve the fighters can be easily hurt if a car runs by them. The Shy Guys drive Standard Karts. The Circuit looks like a Figure-8 Circuit.


Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter GamesEdit

In the Wii version of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, the exact replica of Mario Circuit from Mario Kart Wii is used in Dream Ski Cross. The only difference in the stage is that the stage is covered with snow and that some of the background is different.


Itadaki Street DSEdit

In Itadaki Street DS, there is a stage called Mario Circuit. It strongly resembles the Mario Circuit from Mario Kart DS.


Fortune StreetEdit

In Fortune Street, there is a stage called Mario Circuit. It strongly resembles the Mario Circuit from Mario Kart Wii.

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