B Dasher Mk. 2

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B Dasher Mk. 2
MKT Icon BDasherMk2.png
The B Dasher Mk. 2 in Mario Kart Tour
Size Class Medium
Strong stats Speed, Weight
Weak stats Acceleration, Handling, Off-Road, Mini-Turbo
Appearances Mario Kart Wii
Mario Kart Tour

The B Dasher Mk. 2, originally known as the Sprinter in American English, is a kart that appears in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart Tour. Its appearance is based on a modern Formula One car (Mario's color scheme in particular resembling the McLaren MP4/4) and is the successor of the B Dasher from Mario Kart DS. The emblem is located on the two tailfins and the hood. The Circuit Special from Mario Kart 8 greatly resembles the B Dasher Mk. 2, and its Dutch name, Sprinter 2.0, implies that it is a successor to both this kart and the original B Dasher, which is called Sprinter in Dutch.


Mario Kart Wii[edit]

The Sprinter, stylized as B Dasher Mk 2 in the British English version, first appears in Mario Kart Wii as a medium-sized kart. It features great speed; it is the fastest medium vehicle in the game and the second fastest kart in the game after the Jetsetter. It is also the third fastest vehicle in the game, after the Spear and Jetsetter. Its weight, which is tied with the Shooting Star, is also manageable, and it is the second heaviest medium kart in the game, only to be behind that of the Wild Wing’s. Its drift is about average, but its other stats are rather low, and has the worst handling, off-road, and Mini-Turbo of the medium vehicles. The Sprinter's drift is tied with the Booster Seat. Its off-road and handling tie with that of the Flame Runner for fourth worst handling (behind the Flame Flyer, Spear, and Jetsetter) and fourth worst off-road in the game (behind the Flame Flyer, Spear, and Jetsetter). If Daisy rides the Sprinter, its speed can surpass the Spear's default speed by one point.

The kart can be unlocked by unlocking 24 expert staff ghosts in Time Trials, by winning 3,000 WFC races or by playing 4,650 races. Its bike counterpart is the Sneakster. Its large counterpart is the Jetsetter, while its small counterpart is the Blue Falcon.

Color schemes[edit]

Character Color scheme Image
Mario White and red Sprinter-Mario.png
Luigi White and dark green Sprinter-Luigi.png
Peach White and pink Sprinter-Peach.png
Daisy White and ginger Sprinter-Daisy.png
Yoshi White and green Sprinter-Yoshi.png
Birdo White and magenta Sprinter-Birdo.png
Diddy Kong Ginger and red Sprinter-DiddyKong.png
Bowser Jr. Green and yellow Sprinter-BowserJr.png
Male Mii Navy blue and red Sprinter-MiiM.png
Female Mii White and blue Sprinter-MiiF.png

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Sprinter returns in Mario Kart Tour, now called the B Dasher Mk. 2 in the American English version. It is a tour-exclusive High-End kart debuting in the Mario Tour and is the signature kart of Mario (Racing). In this game, it is equipped with Mario's color scheme and does not change if other racers are using it. The B Dasher Mk. 2 retains its original tires (although they now have the Mario Kart logo on them), and increases the duration of Dash Panel boosts and the points earned for using Dash Panels.

So far, this is the only kart in Mario Kart Tour to use the original British English name in its English version as opposed to the original American English name.

The B Dasher Mk. 2 has only appeared in certain pipes and is not a part of the Daily Selects. The table below shows the kart's availability by tour.

Tour Availability
Mario Tour Mario Pipe 1
Mario Pipe 2

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Speed: 64/80
Weight: 48/80
Acceleration: 27/80
Handling: 24/80
Drift: 37/80
Off-road: 21/80
Mini-turbo: 24/80
Vehicle type:

Trading Card information[edit]

Trading Card

"The Sprinter is one of the fastest Karts available in the game. Fast? Yes. But can it cut a corner? Not so much. Things have a way of "evening out" in Mario Kart Wii. This Kart exemplifies the pros and cons of the stat bonuses."

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Special skill MKT Icon Dash Panel.png Dash Panel Plus
Favorite courses
(Bonus points ×2)
MKT Icon RMX Mario Circuit 1RT.png
RMX Mario Circuit 1R/T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 4.png
Tokyo Blur 4
MKT Icon Mario Circuit 1R.png
SNES Mario Circuit 1R
MKT Icon Toad Circuit T.png
3DS Toad Circuit T
MKT Icon Royal Raceway RT.png
N64 Royal Raceway R/T
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit.png
3DS Mario Circuit
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit R.png
3DS Mario Circuit R
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit T.png
3DS Mario Circuit T
Favored courses
(Bonus points ×1.5)
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 4RT.png
Tokyo Blur 4R/T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 4T.png
Tokyo Blur 4T
MKT Icon Toad Circuit R.png
3DS Toad Circuit R*
MKT Icon Mario Circuit 1RT.png
SNES Mario Circuit 1R/T**
MKT Icon RMX Mario Circuit 1T.png
RMX Mario Circuit 1T*
MKT Icon RMX Mario Circuit 1R.png
RMX Mario Circuit 1R**
MKT Icon Yoshi Circuit T.png
GCN Yoshi Circuit T
MKT Icon Neo Bowser City R.png
3DS Neo Bowser City R
MKT Icon Neo Bowser City T.png
3DS Neo Bowser City T

* indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 3. ** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 6.


Mario Kart Tour[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese BダッシュMk.2
Bī Dasshu Mk.2
B Dasher Mk.2
Spanish (NOA) Fórmula N (Mario Kart Wii)
Super Rayo GTI (Mario Kart Tour)
Formula N
Super B Dasher
Spanish (NOE) Super Rayo GTI Super B Dasher
French (NOA) Intrépide B Dasher
French (NOE) Intrépide II B Dasher II
German Glory Glory
Italian Glory Glory
Portuguese (NOA) Corisco II B Dasher II
Korean 뉴B대시 (Mario Kart Wii)
Nyu B Daesi
B대시Mk.2 (Mario Kart Tour)
B Daesi Mk.2
New B Dasher

B Dasher Mk.2
Chinese (Simplified) B冲刺Mk.2
B Chōngcì Mk.2
B Dasher Mk.2
Chinese (Traditional) B衝刺Mk.2
B Chōngcì Mk.2
B Dasher Mk.2