Charge your phone and put on your scorpion jacket and racing gloves, Vancouverites, because Mario Kart is turning the streets of Vancouver into its latest race track. As the 14th installment of the legendary Mario Kart series, the mobile game Mario Kart Tour is adding a bunch of real-life cities to its tracklist. The Mario Kart Vancouver track will be added to the game next week and we can't wait to visit our favourite locations.\nThe city makes its debut in Mario Kart Tour on Tuesday, February 11, the developers announced on Twitter.\n"Take a spin through the city and enjoy its natural beauty. What sights are you looking forward to?" read their tweet.\nAfter taking a look at the image posted by Mario Kart, we've determined that racers will be able to zoom by famous landmarks like the Olympic torch at Jack Poole Plaza, the Lions Gate Bridge, the North Shore Mountains, and Coal Harbour.\nThe mobile game is available on iOS and Android, and features other real-life locations like the streets of Tokyo and New York, in addition to well-loved favourites like Rainbow Road and Bowser's Castle.\nNow, Vancouver will join that roster and become the very first track that takes place in Canada.\nThe game updates with themed tours around the world every two weeks, such as the current Valentine's Tour.\nWhy go outside and brave the city's wild weather when you can coast its streets virtually while battling princesses and weird mushroom people?\nThe Valentine's Tour is drawing to a close, but don't let that break your heart! Starting Feb. 11, 10 PM PT, you can take a spin through the city of Vancouver and enjoy its natural beauty. What sights are you looking forward to? #MarioKartTour pic.twitter.com/1R8gWflw2W— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) February 7, 2020\nIn addition to the track, the developers also unveiled two new characters joining the Vancouver tour.\nThey've shown only silhouettes so far, with a crowned lady in a flowing dress and a squat, potbellied person wearing what looks to be a camping backpack.\nWe only demand they bring our Evo cars to the track as well, for the full Vancouver experience.\nHere are the silhouettes of the new drivers joining #MarioKartTour for the Vancouver Tour! The one on the right looks ready for a camping trip. Surely they're excited to experience Vancouver's majestic nature! pic.twitter.com/v9Digiji1R— Mario Kart Tour (@mariokarttourEN) February 7, 2020\nOnline, hundreds have responded to the exciting tweet.\n"Let's see if Vancouver could detrone Paris as the most beautiful track," wrote one user.\nAnother pointed out that Mario and Co haven't visited Vancouver since the 2010 Winter Games, and how excited they were to welcome the pudgy plumber and his mushroom friends into this country.\nA Canadian course?! The country where I live!?🇨🇦It even takes place in Vancouver which Mario and the gang haven't visited for 10 years since the Winter Games. Even the 2010 Winter Olympics cauldron appears! This track looks lovely! Characters will doubtfully be anything great...— Geoshi (@gamermakerguy) February 7, 2020\nIf you're deathly afraid of games, plumbers, or mushrooms, we have you covered! You can still race in Canada at this crazy Montreal racetrack.\nWhatever the case, this update is great news for Vancouver, and therefore the world.