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Peach Circuit's start of the race.
|First appearance||Mario Kart: Super Circuit (2001)|
|Appears in|| Mario Kart: Super Circuit|
Mario Kart DS
|Retro Cup||Shell Cup|
Mario Kart: Super Circuit
Peach Circuit appears in this game being the first course in Mushroom Cup. This course belongs to Princess Peach in this game. This course is short and easy, having practically no obstacles. There are two sets of item boxes and many coins all over the track. There are six item boxes and fifty coins total. There is also many areas for players to drift on.
Mario Kart DS
Peach Circuit reappeared in Mario Kart DS where it was ported from Mario Kart: Super Circuit as the third course in the Shell Cup with updated graphics in 3D graphics rather than 2D graphics in the original. On Mission 1-2, the events take place in this area. The playable character is Princess Peach who must collect fifteen coins in a certain section of the track in within thirty seconds.
|Tracks in Mario Kart DS|
| Figure-8 Circuit - Mushroom Cup Track 1
• Yoshi Falls - Mushroom Cup Track 2 • Cheep Cheep Beach - Mushroom Cup Track 3 • Luigi's Mansion - Mushroom Cup Track 4 • Desert Hills - Flower Cup Track 1 • Delfino Square • Waluigi Pinball • Shroom Ridge • DK Pass • Tick Tock Clock • Mario Circuit • Airship Fortress • Wario Stadium • Peach Gardens • Bowser's Castle • Rainbow Road
|SNES Donut Plains 1 • N64 Frappe Snowland • GBA Bowser Castle 2 • GCN Baby Park • SNES Mario Circuit 1 • N64 Moo Moo Farm • GBA Peach Circuit • GCN Luigi Circuit • SNES Koopa Beach 2 • N64 Choco Mountain • GBA Luigi Circuit • GCN Mushroom Bridge • SNES Choco Island 2 • N64 Banshee Boardwalk • GBA Sky Garden • GCN Yoshi Circuit|