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This article is about the course in Mario Kart: Super Circuit and Mario Kart DS. For information about the course in Mario Kart 64 and Mario Kart 8 known as Peach Circuit in the Japanese version, see here
Peach Circuit is a track in the Mario Kart series. It first appeared in Mario Kart: Super Circuit, and reappeared as a retro stage in Mario Kart DS.
Appearance in Mario Kart Super Circuit
Peach Circuit is originally Princess Peach's race course in Mario Kart: Super Circuit. It is the first course of the Mushroom Cup, being relatively short with very few obstacles. However, it contains a plenty of curves suited to use drifting. The course has 2 sets of Item Boxes and a lot of coins scattered on the road. Following the coins pattern found in the curves, the user can employ drifting to run over them and take them all in a row.
Appearance in Mario Kart DS
Peach Circuit seen in Mario Kart DS
In Mario Kart DS, Peach Circuit is the third race in the Shell Cup. The course has not suffered several changes from Mario Kart Super Circuit. However, like other courses seen in Super Circuit to Mario Kart DS, it shows an enhanced graphic look. Mission 1-2 is carried out on this circuit. Peach must collect 15 coins in a section of the track in 30 seconds. It is available on Wi-Fi on VS. mode. Also, Peach's Castle in the background is mirrored in the 50cc, 100cc, and 150cc engine classes; but faces in the same way like in the Game Boy Advance version in the 150cc Mirror engine class.
1:12.011 using Princess Peach in the Royale.
- Mario Kart DS European website: “A sweet little track from the Mario Kart: Super Circuit era, Peach Circuit’s gentle curves make for an easy introduction to classic course racing. There are no obstacles to spoil the view, so there’s plenty of space to practice those power-slides…”
Names in other languages
||Pista di Peach (Mario Kart DS)
Circuito di Peach (Mario Kart: Super Circuit)
Characters looking up at the Castle, as seen in the icon.
A race taking place in Peach Circuit.
- Peach Circuit is mistakenly shown in the Mario Kart DS website for the video on SNES Mario Circuit 1.