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Look back at Dakar 2017 from a driver’s view.... - The Official Tumblr of MINI Motorsport.
Look back at Dakar 2017 from a driver’s view. After thousands of kilometers through South America’s deserts, rivers, mountains and more, MINI and Team X-raid are proud to have claimed 3 of the top 10 places in this epic adventure.

I promise you we are not being racist. we love you. But …

We Cannot Cooperate with you.

Some blacks we are allergic too. Some give us Hives.

Not to be mean, saying nigger?, is funny to some. I don’t think it’s funny.


You guy talk  like this: “I like you Shirt,” that’s just how you talk

Hawaiian people say, “I want!, hooooo,(when they are surprized). 

Hauli means White. That’s racist… I was always called that. but i just laughed.

it didn’t bother me. So why should it Bother you when we say Nigger.

Because of Power?, You have power within you but that doesn’t mean kill your own people. Police Lives Matter. Blacks Lives Matter. 

You’re Starting a Civil War. I love you blacks.

It’s the halfway mark at the Dakar Rally 2017. X-raid Team and the MINI John Cooper Works Dakar Rally take a rest day from working hard to embrace the challenge of South America’s rough terrain in the Bolivian city of La Paz.
See their progress at @minimotorsport.

August dates for my #RydelRYL signings!

August 1—11 a.m.
6100 N May Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73112

August 2—11 a.m.
3881 South Cooper Street #2027
Arlington, TX 76015

August 4—11 a.m.
2030 West Gray Street
Houston, TX 77019

August 7—11 a.m.
Chanson Plaza
8136 West Bowles Avene
Littleton, CO, 80123

August 11—11 a.m.
1104 East 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84106

August 12—11 a.m.
1315 North Milwaukee Street
Boise, ID 83704

August 14—11 a.m.
626 106th Avenue Northeast
Bellevue, WA 98004

August 15—11 a.m.
1163 Valley River Center
Eugene, OR 97401

August 18—11 a.m.
3600 Stevens Creek Boulevard
San Jose, CA 95117

August 20—11 a.m.
567 North Stephanie Street
Henderson, NV 89014

August 22—11 a.m.
1758 South Val Vista
Mesa, AZ 85204


Ayanda and the Mechanic

In a vibrant and diverse Johannesburg community, 21-year-old Afro-hipster Ayanda has a knack for taking neglected pieces of furniture and “bringing them back to love.” Eight years after her father’s death, she is determined to revive his prized garage, which is in deep debt and in danger of being sold. Director Sara Blecher’s sophomore work crackles with infectious energy and style, capturing a vividly contemporary view of a South Africa where cooperation trumps xenophobia.

Release Date August 2015