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  • Mario Circuit
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  • Mario Circuit is the second course in the Flower Cup in Mario Kart: Ultra Prix. It is a fairly simple course with a vaguely eight-shaped layout. The middle section of the course contains hungry Piranha Plants which line the sides of the track, while a Chain Chomp patrols a small area near the end. Playing the course in 150cc mode also adds three Goombas near the start.
  • Mario Circuit is a race course in the Mario Kart series of games. It also serves as the first world in Super Mario Insurance.
  • Mario Circuit is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This stage is one of the states that during all star mode, Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Bowser can appear on to fight. In this stage, are two levels of race track. The bottom one is a straight path with shy guys coming toward the screen, where the upper track has the shy guys coming from the left of the screen, and ramp over to the right side. Image:Stub.png This article has been deemed a stub. You can help Wii Wiki by [ expanding it].
  • The course begins in Toad Town and goes straight for while, then turns left. Then there is a second straightaway near a Chain Chomp. Then there's a underpass and a 90-degree turn. There are many Goombas on the last turn.
  • Mario Circuit is a track that has appeared in many of the Mario Kart games. It makes its debut in Super Mario Kart (the first game in the series) as the first track in the Mushroom Cup. It's one of the shorter tracks in the game, and features pipes as obstacles at the second turn. It also appears in all of the other Mario Kart series, except for the Mario Kart Arcade GP games.
  • Mario Circuit is a recurring course in the Mario Kart series. In Super Mario Kart for the SNES, there were four different variations. A track based off of Mario Circuit appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a stage. Mario Circuit first appeared in Super Mario Kart. In this game, the roads were placed on top of a sandy area with the area beyond the fence being totally grass. There were four different Mario Circuit stages in the game. Mario Kart DS was a winding track around Peach's Castle with spots that were sandy, others were true road, and some were grass, with quite a few Piranha Plants.
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  • File:LunethMarioCircuit3.ogg'Waluigi Pinball' from Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  • File:LunethMarioCircuit2.ogg'Luigi Circuit' from Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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  • 'Mario Circuit' from Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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Games
  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Mario Kart 64
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  • Super Mario Kart
  • Mario Kart 7
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Mario Kart DS
  • Mario Kart: Super Circuit
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
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  • Mario Circuit
  • Mario Raceway
  • SuperSmashBros.Brawl   -Mario Circut-
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  • Location
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  • Mario Circuit as it appears in Mario Kart DS
  • Mario Circuit as it appears in Mario Kart Wii
  • Mario Raceway as it appears in Mario Kart Wii
  • Overview of Mario Circuit from Mario Kart 7
  • Link prepares to shield himself from Mario's incoming fireball on Luneth's SuperSmashBros.Brawl   -Mario Circut-
  • Mario Circuit as it appears in Mario Kart: Super Circuit
  • Mario Circuit as it appears in Mario Kart: Double Dash‼
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  • Super Mario Kart
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  • Super Mario Kart
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  • High
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  • Win
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  • Mario Circuit is a recurring course in the Mario Kart series. In Super Mario Kart for the SNES, there were four different variations. A track based off of Mario Circuit appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a stage. Mario Circuit first appeared in Super Mario Kart. In this game, the roads were placed on top of a sandy area with the area beyond the fence being totally grass. There were four different Mario Circuit stages in the game. In Mario Kart: Super Circuit for the Game Boy Advance, Mario Circuit was, as in Super Mario Kart, very plain. The four original tracks from Super Mario Kart are also present in this game as unlockables. Mario Kart: Double Dash featured Peach's Castle in the background, and had multiple hazards including Goombas, Piranha Plants, and even a Chain Chomp. This particular track was brought back in Mario Kart Wii. Mario Kart DS was a winding track around Peach's Castle with spots that were sandy, others were true road, and some were grass, with quite a few Piranha Plants.
  • Mario Circuit is the second course in the Flower Cup in Mario Kart: Ultra Prix. It is a fairly simple course with a vaguely eight-shaped layout. The middle section of the course contains hungry Piranha Plants which line the sides of the track, while a Chain Chomp patrols a small area near the end. Playing the course in 150cc mode also adds three Goombas near the start.
  • Mario Circuit is a race course in the Mario Kart series of games. It also serves as the first world in Super Mario Insurance.
  • Mario Circuit is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This stage is one of the states that during all star mode, Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Bowser can appear on to fight. In this stage, are two levels of race track. The bottom one is a straight path with shy guys coming toward the screen, where the upper track has the shy guys coming from the left of the screen, and ramp over to the right side. Image:Stub.png This article has been deemed a stub. You can help Wii Wiki by [ expanding it].
  • The course begins in Toad Town and goes straight for while, then turns left. Then there is a second straightaway near a Chain Chomp. Then there's a underpass and a 90-degree turn. There are many Goombas on the last turn.
  • Mario Circuit is a track that has appeared in many of the Mario Kart games. It makes its debut in Super Mario Kart (the first game in the series) as the first track in the Mushroom Cup. It's one of the shorter tracks in the game, and features pipes as obstacles at the second turn. It also appears in all of the other Mario Kart series, except for the Mario Kart Arcade GP games.
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