Wario Stadium's overview when starting a race.
|First appearance||Mario Kart DS (2005)|
|Appears in|| Mario Kart DS|
Mario Kart 8
|Retro Cup||Leaf Cup|
The only mission taking place in this area is 7-5. Here, Wario is the playable character, and he has to collect twenty coins.
Wario Stadium features its own introduction music and the crowd cheers whenever as racers go over Boost Pads and fly into the sky. There are many jumps, like in Waluigi Stadium. There are many Firebars and Boost Pads throughout the stage as well. There is a curvy path with two "Y"-shaped Firebars. There is also more mud to slow racers down throughout the track. Mushrooms can be used while in the mud to increase speed and easily get out of the mud.
The course's staff ghost uses Wario in the Brute.
Mario Kart 8Mario Kart 8 as one of the retro tracks. It is the first track to be raced on in the Leaf Cup. The course now takes place during the daytime. The section during the track that has you dodging fire bars on the ground is now an anti gravity section, and the final stretch of the course is now underwater.
- Wario Stadium shares its music with Waluigi Pinball.
- Waluigi Stadium (very similar to this course)
- Wario Stadium (Wario's course in Mario Kart 64)
- Wario Colosseum (Wario's course in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!)
|Tracks in Mario Kart DS|
|Figure-8 Circuit • Yoshi Falls • Cheep Cheep Beach • Luigi's Mansion • Desert Hills • 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|