Peach Circuit as it appears in Mario Kart: Super Circuit
|Series||Mario Kart series|
|First game||Mario Kart: Super Circuit|
It is a track that is owned by Princess Peach, and takes place near her castle. It is a standard and simple course with not much to it, yet it is still loved by many. It consists of mainly just regular pavement for the road, and grass on the side. It is bordered by a colorful fence, like most courses, but it is built in a way that allows the racer to cut off a few seconds of their time across the grass, as long as the racer has a mushroom handy. There are not many obstacles to avoid in this course, but very sharp turns are common, often sending racers off into the grass.
Mario Kart: Super Circuit
Peach Circuit appeared as a first track in Mario Kart: Super Circuit. The road is dark gray with lime-green grasses and small trees appearing as a gimmicks. There are also colorful crash barriers and a blue sky. Peach's castle can be seen in the background but unlike all of the other Mario games, this castle appears as a shady pink instead of solid gray with strawberry red towers on top. There are very sharp turns making it difficult for you to drift on.
Mario Kart DS
Peach Circuit also appeared as a third track of Special Cup in Mario Kart DS. It looks exactly the same as the one from Mario Kart: Super Circuit. But instead of showing a fuzzy look, it shows enhanced graphic look. The fence-like barriers are now replaced by crash barriers, a barriers which is often made of cube completely sticked together. These tall, huge barriers only came in 4 colors: tomato red, butter yellow, cucumber green and water blue. The road is darker with white lines in middle you normally see in UK. The pink shades making castle is still there.