This article is about the 3DS version. For a list of articles with the same name, see Mario Circuit.
The course begins with long, winding turns with flowers, grass, and pink-leaved trees lining the track. Racers will then jump off of a mushroom into Peach's castle, which has been remodeled to accommodate the Grand Prix. After drifting through the spiraled passageway in the castle, racers will launch off of a glider pad and into a pipe tunnel, in which they will emerge, leap over a small incline, and return to the checkered line.
This incantation of Mario Circuit is arguably more vibrant and refreshing than many of the Mario Circuits in previous games.
- After the first turn, one can go to a ramp to cut off the second turn.
- After the Trampoline Mushroom, one can go to the left side this time to go to another ramp.
- If you chose not to do that ramp, just go to the other one. On the right side.
- When you glide, you can either choose not to use a Mushroom and glide on it, or you can just close the glider and use the Mushroom. This ramp is on the left side.
- This course has cherry blossoms, similar to Royal Raceway.
- Strangely enough, this course has a Trampoline Mushroom but Toad Circuit does not. It would be fitting to put one in there because, obviously, Toad is a mushroom.
- There are mushrooms in Toad Circuit but they're only used for decoration.
- The cherry blossom leaves are hearts.
- This is the first Mario Circuit track where it allows you to drive INSIDE Peach's Castle.
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