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This article is about the race course from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and retro course in Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Mario Kart Tour. For the race course from Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, see Waluigi Stadium (Mario Kart Arcade GP 2).
Waluigi Stadium
Waluigi Stadium (GCN)
Bird's-eye view of the course
Information
Appears in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003)
Mario Kart Wii (2008)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Booster Course Pass, Wave 4) (2023)
Mario Kart Tour (2023)
Cup(s) Flower Cup (Double Dash!!)
Banana Cup (Wii)
Boomerang Cup (8 Deluxe)
Tour(s)
Based on Wario Stadium
Online play No longer available (Wii)
Available (Switch)
Music sample
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! / Mario Kart Wii / Mario Kart Tour
(Shinobu Nagata)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (frontrunning)
Course map
Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
The map of Waluigi Stadium.
Mario Kart Wii
GCNWaluigiStadium.png
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Map of GCN Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
Mario Kart Tour
GCN Waluigi Stadium from Mario Kart Tour
Staff ghost(s)
DD
1:59.658 Waluigi's icon in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!Wario's icon in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!Wario Car
Wii Nin★NARI★
2:32.882 Sprite of WaluigiThe model for Waluigi's Standard Bike L from Mario Kart Wii
Wii Expert Nin★♪Ryo
2:12.367 Sprite of WaluigiThe model for Waluigi's Piranha Prowler from Mario Kart Wii
8DX 150cc Nin★Maria
2:16.894 Waluigi's head icon in Mario Kart 8The Duke body from Mario Kart 8MonsterThumbnail of Waluigi's Super Glider (with 8 icon), in Mario Kart 8.
8DX 200cc Nin★Aracel
1:43.781 Luigi's head icon in Mario Kart 8Mach 8 body from Mario Kart 8SlimThumbnail of Luigi, Baby Luigi and Green Mii's Super Glider (with 8 icon), in Mario Kart 8.

Waluigi Stadium is the fourth and final race course of the Flower Cup in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. It is Waluigi's home course of the game and bears a striking resemblance to the dirt bike course Wario Stadium from Mario Kart 64. Obstacles include Fire Chains, Fire Bars, and giant wooden Piranha Plants. It shares its music with Wario Colosseum.

The course is surrounded by an audience consisting of Toads, Boos, Shy Guys, Hammer Bros., Snifits, Toadsworth, Donkey Kong Jr. and Birdos, the last of which only appears in Mario Kart Wii. The audience of the course responds to the player's actions, such as shouting/moaning if the player collides with an item or a fireball. This is the only course in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! to have a large audience made of 2-dimensional animated characters as opposed to 3-dimensional models.

Waluigi Stadium reappears in Mario Kart Wii as the fourth and final course of the Banana Cup, in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe as the third course of the Boomerang Cup in the Booster Course Pass, and in Mario Kart Tour starting from the 2023 Mario vs. Luigi Tour.

Mario Kart: Double Dash!![edit]

Course layout[edit]

Wario and Waluigi prepare to do a Time Trial at Waluigi Stadium.
Wario and Waluigi at a time trial run at the stadium as seen in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

The track starts out just before a bump and a turn to the right. On top of the bump, there are Item Boxes for the player to grab. On the right turn after the bump is an overhang of a later part of the track, plus minor bumps that do not serve any purpose for the player. After the overhang is a turn to the right, which has a bump and Dash Panels on it. Panels give a speed boost to the vehicle to cross a fire ring with an item box in the center, if driven through correctly, avoiding the flames of the fire ring. After the fire ring is a U-turn to the right which leads to more Dash Panels and another fire ring with an item box in the center. The player can see the lower sections of the track, previously raced on when going over this ramp.

Passing after the second fire ring, racers take a loose curve to the left around a mud pond that heavily slows the player down, regardless of acceleration (Mario Kart Wii's case would be Off-road) of the vehicle. Item boxes are found on the curve of the track. After the large oil slick is a turn to the left, that leads to a straight and wide path. The path has cardboard cut-outs of Piranha Plants, leaping out of pipes slowly to slow down the player by bumping into them. Fire Bars lie in between each Piranha Plant, rotating their arms to burn a driver and to spin out of control. When a Chain Chomp or racers under the effect of a Super Star hits these Fire Bars, the Fire Bars will speed up for a brief amount of time. Item boxes are just found in the sides of the area.

After this part of the course is a turn that leads left and into another relatively straight section of the track. There are a pair of hills that racers can employ to do a trick in Mario Kart Wii. The straight road bends in a U-turn to the right, with another set of item boxes. The road twists at this part, and racers will slow down if they get caught running over the muddy zone to the left of the path if they don't have a speed boost item. The twisty path leads to a great jump over the hilly section, which leads to the last item box and a fire ring. Dash panels found over the ramp provide racers to cross the gap and reach the other side of the track that leads directly to the finish line; however, if racers fall into the gap, they will fall to a lower part of the track and Lakitu has to rescue them.

Shortcuts[edit]

  • By drifting off the first trick ramp and not performing a trick, the player can redirect their character in midair, allowing the following U-turn to be taken tighter.
  • After this U-turn, airtime (which slows the player down in Mario Kart Wii) can be minimized by tricking to the left and bouncing off of an invisible wall.
  • After this second trick ramp, a Mushroom can be used to cut through the mud beside the left turn.
  • By building up speed by tricking off a blue halfpipe or using a Mushroom, it is possible to stick to the wall on the left side after the Piranha Plant section and wrap around the turn.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

View of Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart Wii
Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart Wii

Waluigi Stadium makes its classic course debut in Mario Kart Wii as the fourth and last course of the Banana Cup with some changes, such as the addition of half-pipes at the sides of the course for racers to perform tricks. The positions of the Piranha Plant pipes have been reversed (left to right, right to left) while the number of fireballs for each Fire Bar were extended to four. The tiny hill near the end of the course has also been removed alongside the number of Dash Panels at the ramp reduced from six to four. Also, the facial chevron signs that rock back and forth were changed from purple chevrons with a black background to light green chevrons with a translucent background. The audience also appears to be bigger than the original version. Unlike in the original, the crowd does not moan when the player gets hit by an item or hazard, but will still cheer when the player does a trick off a ramp. The members of the audience have also changed, and no longer include Snifits, Toadsworth, or Donkey Kong Jr., to match other courses with the same audience.

Tournaments[edit]

April 2009's first tournament required players to pass through 25 gates on Waluigi Stadium. The tournament was later repeated as the first tournament of April 2011, the first tournament of July 2012, and the second tournament of September 2013.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

GCN Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Waluigi Stadium returns in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe as part of Wave 4 of the Booster Course Pass. It appears as the third course of the Boomerang Cup. It is the first course from Double Dash!! to appear in the Booster Course Pass. The course has received a major visual overhaul from its Mario Kart Wii appearance, now closely resembling Waluigi Stadium from Mario Kart Arcade GP 2.

The course is now set at night, instead of being at sunset. The starting line has been redesigned to feature multiple multi-colored lights for the letters in the Mario Kart logo, and the frame of the starting banner is now a purple angular sign. The grandstands have been completely redesigned as well as the Jumbotron, which now includes a leaderboard, speakers, and a single Waluigi image. Diggers appear throughout the course on the dirt surrounding the road, which may be a reference to the Gold Mantis, one of Waluigi's karts from Mario Kart DS. A Waluigi Stadium sign replaces the Waluigi Kart sign of the original. The facial chevron signs that rock back and forth were removed and replaced with neon blue arrows. The Mecha Piranha Plants now have a more metallic look, as well as having visible mud and rust on them. They have also changed positions yet again, with the first two now being directly across from each other and diagonally jutting out into the air, while the last one retains its placement from Mario Kart Wii. They also no longer move their mouths. The Fire Bars have been reduced to two and are moved closer to one another. After the last Mecha Piranha Plant, a new raised route has been added, accessible via tricking off the half-pipe. Tires appear on the track as well. A new Dash Panel has been added to the left side of the course right before the final half-pipe. The ending section has changed noticeably, with a second new route in anti-gravity (this one having Spin Boost Pillars and ending in a Glide Ramp) being added above the rest of the course, accessible via the last half-pipe, while the original route is no longer as smooth of an S-turn, with the offroad being more jagged. Additionally, the Dash Panels before the final jump have been removed. [1] Like GBA Riverside Park but unlike Wii DK Summit, the minimap fills in the offroad on the course. The icon for this course depicts the large jumbotron in a different place compared to where it is in the actual course.

Waluigi Stadium is the only course that was a classic course in Mario Kart Wii to not be in that game's Lightning Cup that is featured in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Internally, in version 2.1.0, a very brief snippet of the course's music was present, referred to as "Cnsw_36", implying it may have originally been intended to be the second course of the Moon Cup.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

GCN Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart Tour
Waluigi Stadium in Mario Kart Tour

Waluigi Stadium returns in Mario Kart Tour starting from the 2023 Mario vs. Luigi Tour. It was the final GCN course added to the game. The course more closely resembles its original appearance compared to how it appeared in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, with the time of day being reverted back to sunset opposed to night. The first jump now has three Dash Panels instead of two, and the Dash Panels before the final jump return after being absent in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The Mecha Piranha Plants have been reduced from three to two, but the remaining ones more closely match their positions seen in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. However in Coin Rush, the three Mecha Piranha Plants are present with the same positions seen in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. The raised platforms accessible via the half-pipes in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe have been removed. The Dash Panel before the final half-pipe has been removed. Additionally, many red arrow signs have been added as well. As with all other Tour tracks with similar screens, the jumbotron no longer displays live footage of the race.

The course is a favorite of Poochy, Wario (Hiker), Dry Bowser (Gold), Petey Piranha, Petey Piranha (Gold), and the Petey Piranha, Bowser, Yellow, Reindeer, and Ludwig Mii Racing Suits. It is also a favorite of the Waluigi Mii Racing Suit if it reaches level 6.

The course also appears as Waluigi Stadium R (reversed), Waluigi Stadium T (with ramps), and Waluigi Stadium R/T (reversed with ramps). In all three variants, there is a glide ramp. In the T variant, all Mecha Piranha Plants are removed and replaced with a regular Piranha Plant in a pipe. In the R/T variant, the Mecha Piranha Plants are placed vertically instead of horizontally.

The Mario Kart Tour rendition of GCN Waluigi Stadium is visible in an unused bannerMedia:MK8DX BCP Leak.jpg present in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's files as of version 2.0.0, with the sunset setting intact. This instance predated any official announcement of GCN Waluigi Stadium being added to Mario Kart Tour.

Prior to the 3.4.0 update, there was a bug that caused the volume of the music to be too low.

Appearances[edit]

For this course's tour appearances, see List of GCN Waluigi Stadium tour appearances in Mario Kart Tour.

Top-tier and middle-tier items[edit]

Select "show" to reveal the drivers, karts, and gliders for which GCN Waluigi Stadium and its variants are always favored or favorite courses. For instances in which additional drivers, karts, and gliders temporarily had this course and its variants as favored or favorite courses, see List of GCN Waluigi Stadium tour appearances in Mario Kart Tour.

Course Three-item drivers Bonus points ×2 karts Combo bonus ×3 gliders Two-item drivers Bonus points ×1.5 karts Combo bonus ×2 gliders
GCN Waluigi Stadium from Mario Kart Tour
Normal variant
Bowser Mii Racing SuitDry Bowser (Gold)Ludwig Mii Racing SuitMorton Mii Racing SuitPetey Piranha from Mario Kart TourPetey Piranha (Gold)Petey Piranha Mii Racing SuitPoochy from Mario Kart TourReindeer Mii Racing SuitWario (Hiker)Yellow Mii Racing Suit The Black Carriage from Mario Kart TourThe Chain Chomp Chariot from Mario Kart TourCream Classic from Mario Kart TourGold Bullet Blaster from Mario Kart TourGold Comet from Mario Kart TourThe Holiday Speeder from Mario Kart TourJingle Bells from Mario Kart TourThe Moo Moo Offroader from Mario Kart TourSilver Cupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourTuk-Tuk Kart from Mario Kart Tour 8-Bit Goomba from Mario Kart TourGlittering Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Eggshell Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Mario Bros. Parafoil from Mario Kart TourPretzel Glider from Mario Kart TourRainbow Fare Flier from Mario Kart TourRed and Gold Umbrella from Mario Kart TourWario's Mustache from Mario Kart TourYoshi's Cookies from Mario Kart Tour Chain Chomp Mii Racing SuitChargin' Chuck (Gold)Dr. BowserHammer Bro Mii Racing SuitIggy Mii Racing SuitLarry Mii Racing SuitPiranha Plant Mii Racing SuitRoy Mii Racing SuitWaluigi (Vampire)Waluigi Mii Racing Suit**Wario (Cowboy) The Black Shielded Speedster from Mario Kart Tour**The Black Sneeker from Mario Kart TourBronze Cucumber from Mario Kart TourClassic B Dasher Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourGold Cupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Fish Bone Ferry from Mario Kart Tour**Gold Paintster from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Sweet Ride from Mario Kart TourGoo-Goo Black from Mario Kart TourStar-Spangled Flyer from Mario Kart TourTaiko Drum Dasher from Mario Kart TourYellow 8-Bit Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour Black Great Sail from Mario Kart TourThe Chocolate Pretzel from Mario Kart TourGlittering Parasol from Mario Kart TourGold 8-Bit Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Candlelight Flight from Mario Kart TourGold Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Meteors from Mario Kart TourGreen Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Rainbow Flappy Wings from Mario Kart Tour***Sky-High Flyer from Mario Kart Tour
The Orange Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart TourRambi Rider from Mario Kart TourTurbo Birdo from Mario Kart Tour Waluigi Wing from Mario Kart Tour
Ludwig Bullet Blaster from Mario Kart Tour Piranha Plant Parafoil from Mario Kart Tour
GCN Waluigi Stadium R from Mario Kart Tour
R variant
Black Mii Racing SuitBrown Mii Racing SuitCat PeachChargin' Chuck (Gold)Donkey Kong (Gladiator)Dr. BowserHammer Bro Mii Racing SuitLarry Mii Racing SuitLuigi (Chef)Luigi (Knight)Rosalina (Chef) The Gold Bruiser from Mario Kart TourGold Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourGold Paintster from Mario Kart TourGold Sushi Racer from Mario Kart TourMach 8-R from Mario Kart TourThe Waluigi Racer Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourThe Yeehaw Wagon from Mario Kart Tour 8-Bit Bullet Bill from Mario Kart TourBlack Starchute from Mario Kart TourGold Candlelight Flight from Mario Kart TourGold Manta Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Meteors from Mario Kart TourGold Tulips from Mario Kart TourGold Umbrella from Mario Kart TourThe Green Emblem from Mario Kart TourNabbit Parachute from Mario Kart Tour Birdo Mii Racing SuitBowser Mii Racing SuitGoomba Mii Racing SuitLight Green Mii Racing Suit***Morton Mii Racing SuitPastry Chef Mii Racing SuitPetey Piranha from Mario Kart TourReindeer Mii Racing SuitRocky Wrench Mii Racing SuitWaluigi (Vampire)Waluigi Mii Racing SuitYellow Shy Guy (Explorer) Black Turbo Birdo from Mario Kart TourThe Chain Chomp Chariot from Mario Kart Tour**Cream Classic from Mario Kart TourDK Maximum from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Double-Decker from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Lunar Cruiser from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Rambi Rider from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Shielded Speedster from Mario Kart Tour*Lightning Streamliner from Mario Kart TourThe Moo Moo Offroader from Mario Kart TourRainbow Pipe Buggy from Mario Kart TourRed Taxi from Mario Kart TourThe Red Vampire Flyer from Mario Kart TourSilver Cupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourWildfire Flyer from Mario Kart Tour The Calico Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourGlittering Glider from Mario Kart TourLava Rocks from Mario Kart TourThe Mario Bros. Parafoil from Mario Kart Tour**Roy Oilpaper from Mario Kart TourThe Silver Candlelight Flight from Mario Kart TourSunny Surf Master from Mario Kart TourWaluigi's Mustache from Mario Kart TourWario's Mustache from Mario Kart TourWicked Topaz from Mario Kart TourYoshi's Cookies from Mario Kart Tour
Birdo (Orange)MKT Icon Waluigi.png The Orange Turbo Birdo from Mario Kart TourThe Orange Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart Tour Birdo (Yellow)Purple Koopa (Freerunning) Wario Wing from Mario Kart Tour
Bull's-Eye Banzai Landship from Mario Kart Tour
GCN Waluigi Stadium T from Mario Kart Tour
T variant
Builder ToadChargin' Chuck (Gold)Light-blue Shy Guy (Explorer)Luigi (Knight)Mario (Golf)Piranha Plant Mii Racing SuitPokey Mii Racing SuitWaluigi (Vampire)Waluigi Mii Racing Suit The Black Shielded Speedster from Mario Kart TourBlue-Green Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourDK Maximum from Mario Kart TourGoo-Goo Black from Mario Kart TourGreen Cat Cruiser from Mario Kart TourRainbow Pipe Buggy from Mario Kart TourStar-Spangled Flyer from Mario Kart TourTaiko Drum Dasher from Mario Kart TourYellow 8-Bit Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour The Calico Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourThe Chocolate Pretzel from Mario Kart TourGold 8-Bit Glider from Mario Kart TourGolden Glider from Mario Kart TourLava Rocks from Mario Kart TourSakura Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Silver Candlelight Flight from Mario Kart Tour ? Block Mii Racing SuitBlack Mii Racing SuitDonkey Kong (Gladiator)**Dry Bowser (Gold)Luigi (Chef)Luigi (Gold Knight)Penguin ToadettePetey Piranha (Gold)Poochy from Mario Kart TourShy Guy (Gold)Wario (Hiker)Yoshi (Reindeer) The Black Carriage from Mario Kart TourBrown Offroader from Mario Kart TourChocolate Banana Minibus from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Bruiser from Mario Kart TourGold Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Eagle from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Shielded Speedster from Mario Kart TourThe Holiday Speeder from Mario Kart TourThe Rainbow Taxi from Mario Kart TourTuk-Tuk Kart from Mario Kart TourThe Waluigi Racer Mk. 2 from Mario Kart Tour*** Dragon Wings from Mario Kart TourDry Bowser Umbrella from Mario Kart TourGold Boo Masks from Mario Kart TourGold Hard Hat Balloon from Mario Kart TourGold Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Tulips from Mario Kart TourThe Green Emblem from Mario Kart TourNabbit Oilpaper Umbrella from Mario Kart TourPretzel Glider from Mario Kart TourRainbow Fare Flier from Mario Kart TourWaluigi's Mustache from Mario Kart Tour
Orange Shy GuyMKT Icon Waluigi.png Barrel Train from Mario Kart TourDK Jumbo from Mario Kart TourThe Orange Turbo Birdo from Mario Kart TourRambi Rider from Mario Kart Tour Waluigi Wing from Mario Kart Tour
GCN Waluigi Stadium R/T from Mario Kart Tour
R/T variant
Birdo Mii Racing SuitCastle Mii Racing SuitDonkey Kong Jr. (SNES)Luigi (Golf)Mario (King)Penguin ToadetteRocky Wrench Mii Racing SuitShy Guy (Gold)Wario Mii Racing SuitYoshi (Gold Egg) Bronze Cucumber from Mario Kart TourClassic B Dasher Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourGold Cupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Eagle from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Lunar Cruiser from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Rambi Rider from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Shielded Speedster from Mario Kart TourMetal B Dasher Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourThe Rainbow Taxi from Mario Kart TourTaiko Drum Dasher from Mario Kart Tour Gold Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Hard Hat Balloon from Mario Kart TourGold Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourPiranha Plant Balloons from Mario Kart TourThe Rainbow Flappy Wings from Mario Kart TourRoy Oilpaper from Mario Kart TourSecret Scroll from Mario Kart TourVampire Wings from Mario Kart TourWaluigi's Mustache from Mario Kart TourWicked Topaz from Mario Kart Tour Birdo (Black)Donkey Kong Mii Racing SuitDr. LuigiDry Bowser's icon from Mario Kart TourFunky Kong's icon from Mario Kart TourLuigi (Gold Knight)**Pauline (Rose)Peach (Wintertime)Petey Piranha Mii Racing SuitWaluigi Mii Racing Suit*** Black Turbo Birdo from Mario Kart TourBright Girl from Mario Kart TourCoconut 1 from Mario Kart TourGilded King from Mario Kart Tour.Gold Comet from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Jingle Bell from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Quickshaw from Mario Kart TourGold Sushi Racer from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Trickster from Mario Kart TourGreen Cat Cruiser from Mario Kart TourGreen Comet from Mario Kart TourTiger Bruiser from Mario Kart TourWild Gold from Mario Kart TourThe Yeehaw Wagon from Mario Kart Tour*** 8-Bit Goomba from Mario Kart TourChocolate Donut from Mario Kart TourGold Manta Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Umbrella from Mario Kart TourGolden Glider from Mario Kart TourGreen Cat Parafoil from Mario Kart TourNabbit Parachute from Mario Kart TourRecord Setter from Mario Kart TourRed and Gold Umbrella from Mario Kart TourThe Red Emblem from Mario Kart Tour**Treasure Map from Mario Kart Tour.
Birdo (Orange)MKT Icon Waluigi.pngMKT Icon Wario.png Dark Clown from Mario Kart Tour Bob-omb Parafoil from Mario Kart Tour
* 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.
*** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 8 for High-End items.

Bonus challenges[edit]

Ring Race
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Grand Star scores Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Mii Cup challenge from the 2023 Mario vs. Luigi Tour; a Ring Race challenge set on GCN Waluigi Stadium Regular Toadette's icon from Mario Kart Tour
Toadette
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
  • 15
  • 20
  • 27
Mario vs. Luigi Tour (2023) Mii Cup from Mario Kart Tour
Mii Cup
Steer Clear of Obstacles
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Obstacles Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Koopa Troopa Cup challenge from the 2023 Mario vs. Luigi Tour; a Steer Clear of Obstacles challenge set on GCN Waluigi Stadium Regular MKT Icon Yoshi.png
Yoshi
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
Piranha Plant
Piranha Plant (passive)
A Fire Chain in GCN Waluigi Stadium from Mario Kart Tour
Fire Chain
A Fire Bar in GCN Waluigi Stadium from Mario Kart Tour
Fire Bar
Mario vs. Luigi Tour (2023) The icon of the Koopa Troopa Cup from Mario Kart Tour.
Koopa Troopa Cup
Smash Small Dry Bones
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Grand Star scores Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Birdo Cup challenge from the Night Tour; a Smash Small Dry Bones challenge set on GCN Waluigi Stadium Regular Pauline's icon from Mario Kart Tour.
Pauline
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
  • 4
  • 8
  • 12
Night Tour The Birdo Cup from Mario Kart Tour
Birdo Cup

Profiles[edit]

Mario Kart: Double Dash!![edit]

  • North American website bio: "Waluigi Stadium is a high-flying, mud-filled course that feels more like a monster-truck rally than a race."

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

  • Website bios:
    • Flag of USA.png "The plentiful bumps and hills - plus new half-pipe boost pads - make this the best track for tricks."
    • Flag of Europe.png "A roaring crowd shows their appreciation as you take the stadium by storm - jumping through fiery hoops and tearing up the dirt track on your way to the finish line."

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

  • Nintendo Switch News app (US):
    • This course first appeared in the Mario Kart™: Double Dash!!™ game for the Nintendo GameCube™ system.
    • Watch out! This offroad course is filled with hazards such as fire and mechanical Piranha Plants.
    • You can grab a lot of air with the halfpipe areas. Use the jumps to your advantage!
  • Nintendo Switch News app (UK): Wow the crowd with daredevil thrills in Waluigi Stadium!
    Here's a closer look at another course released as part of the fourth wave, which is available now: Waluigi Stadium.
    First appearing in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! on Nintendo GameCube, this offroad stadium course pits racers against deadly hazards like Fire Bars and giant mechanical Piranha Plants! A course of high peaks and deep troughs, catching some air on the half-pipe sections might just be the key to shaving a few seconds off your time.

Sponsors[edit]

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! / Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe / Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Mario Kart: Double Dash!![edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Course icons[edit]

Screenshots[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワルイージスタジアム
Waruīji Sutajiamu
Waluigi Stadium

Chinese (simplified) 瓦路易吉竞技场
Wǎlùyìjí Jìngjìchǎng
Waluigi Arena

Chinese (traditional) 瓦路易吉競技場
Wǎlùyìjí Jìngjìchǎng
Waluigi Arena

Dutch Waluigi's Stadion
Waluigi's Stadium
French Stade Waluigi
Waluigi Stadium
German Waluigi-Arena
Waluigi Arena
Italian Stadio di Waluigi
Waluigi's Stadium
Korean 와루이지 스타디움
Waluiji Seutadium
Waluigi Stadium

Portuguese Estádio Waluigi
Waluigi Stadium
Russian Стадион Валуиджи
Stadion Valuidzhi
Waluigi's Stadium

Spanish Estadio Waluigi
Waluigi Stadium

References[edit]

  1. ^ 任天堂ホームページ (March 2, 2023). GC ワルイージスタジアム. YouTube. Retrieved March 3, 2023.