Sydney Sprint 2
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Sydney Sprint 2 is a race course in Mario Kart Tour and the second version of Sydney Sprint. It is named after an inspired by Sydney, Australia, and made its debut in the city’s namesake tour, the September 2021 Sydney Tour. The course also appears as Sydney Sprint 2R (reverse), Sydney Sprint 2T (with ramps), and Sydney Sprint 2R/T (reverse and with ramps). It is a favorite of Birdo (Black), Toadette (Explorer), Luigi (Painter), Mario (Baseball), and Yoshi (Kangaroo).
Like the original Sydney Sprint, the course starts out at an area in Port Jackson, though it appears to take more cues from its R variant. After that, there is a long winding turn through downtown Sydney. After a turn to the left, the player can reach the highway and cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge, where passengers from train cars operating on the North Shore line will throw random items onto the central span, just like Sydney Sprint. Next, there is a turn to the right which leads to a small park section. After another turn to the left, there is a Glide Ramp which takes the player across some water. Next, there is a small street with a single ramp at the end. After the ramp, the player returns back to the Port Jackson area. At this section, the player can choose to go on the upper route which contains some coins, or the bottom route. The Sydney Opera can also be seen at the background. After another turn to the left, the player reaches the Finish Line.
Sydney Tour (September 2021)
In the September 2021 Sydney Tour, Sydney Sprint 2 serves as the tour's signature course. It appears as the first course in the Yoshi Cup, the third course in the King Boo Cup, and the location of the bonus challenge in the Waluigi Cup. Its T variant appears as the third course in the Yoshi Cup, the second course in the Toadette Cup, and the location of the bonus challenge in the Wario Cup, its R variant appears as the first course in the Baby Mario Cup and the second course in the Peachette Cup, and its R/T variant appears as the third course in the Baby Mario Cup.
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