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– Silk Way Rally newcomers Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen celebrate their first leg win at this year’s event.
– Menzies retains third place overall.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul follow up in style with sixth place finish.

American pairing Bryce Menzies and co-driver Peter Mortensen (MINI John Cooper Works Rally #105) drove a superb Leg 7 to take their first leg win in this year’s Silk Way Rally. Read More »

– Despite a difficult Leg 6, Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen retain third place overall.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul complete Leg 6 in sixth place and break into the top 15 leaders.

American duo Bryce Menzies and co-driver Peter Mortensen (MINI John Cooper Works Rally #105) successfully completed Leg 6 in 11th place and maintain third in the overall rankings. The change in terrain as the Silk Way Rally 2017 moves further east across the Kazakhstan plains is also starting to be a factor for all competitors in this famous cross-country race to China. Read More »

– Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen move into top three overall after third place finish in Leg 5.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul complete Leg 5 in ninth and return to the top 20 leader board.

The MINI John Cooper Works Rally (#105) of Bryce Menzies (USA) and co-driver Peter Mortensen (USA) is now placed third in the Silk Way Rally after a fast but challenging Leg 5. The American pairing completed the 849.54km leg distance, including a 487.47km special stage, in third position to move up one place in the overall rankings. Read More »

– Bryce Menzies / Peter Mortensen complete Leg 4 in seventh place to maintain fourth overall.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi / Tom Colsoul excel again to finish Leg 4 in second and continue their climb up the rankings.

Bryce Menzies (USA) and co-driver Peter Mortensen (USA) put in another display of consistency during the two special stages of Leg 4 special. At the end of the combined 373.22km off-road distance, the American duo in the #105 MINI John Cooper Works Rally was credited with seventh place to maintain their overall fourth place ranking. Read More »

– Bryce Menzies (USA) retains top-five position after 12th place finish in Leg 3.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi back on track with a show of strength to finish today’s leg with a determined fifth.

American duo Bryce Menzies and co-driver Peter Mortensen retain their top five standing on the leader board despite completing Leg 3 in 12th position. The #105 MINI John Cooper Works Rally performed perfectly over the once again troublesome tall and slippery grass surface but a puncture cost some time despite a fairly rapid wheel-change. Today’s racing still finds the Silk Way Rally first-timers in fourth place overall. Read More »

– Bryce Menzies (USA) moves up to 4th overall after Leg 2.
– Al Rajhi loses time after slipping into a hole.

Bryce Menzies (USA) and Peter Mortensen (USA) in the #105 MINI John Cooper Works Rally have completed the difficult second leg of the 2017 Silk Way Rally in 4th place overall, despite challenging conditions on the demanding terrain of the Grand Kazan Track. Read More »

– Both MINI John Cooper Works Rally cars in top five
– Yazeed Al Rajhi (KSA) completes Leg 1 in 4th
– Bryce Menzies (USA) in 5th with no gap to Al Rajhi.

The two MINI John Cooper Works Rally cars of Yazeed Al Rajhi (KSA) and Bryce Menzies have completed the first 726.95km stage of the 2017 Silk Way Rally, including a 61.43km special section, in exactly the same time today. Read More »

– Three MINI Family crews line up for Silk Way Rally 2017
– Silk Way Rally 2017 to cover two continents and 9559 km over 14 days.
– Yazeed Al Rajhi (KSA) and Bryce Menzies (USA) to race the new MINI John Cooper Works Rally.

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Often described as the “mother of all rally races” the Dakar Rally is, without doubt, the most arduous and demanding automotive race in the world of motorsport. Participation in the Dakar Rally involves months of planning by the teams, the very best of drivers, co-drivers and support crews and, of course, their weapons of choice – with the MINI ALL4 Racing it is a proven, reliable performer that has claimed four consecutive Dakar wins (2012-2015) and four consecutive FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup titles (2012-2015). Lady luck, experience and respect for the terrain the competitors will cover are also major players on the final outcome of this two-week off-road racing spectacle.

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The 16th edition of the Hungarian Baja concluded today after a spectacular opening event of a Super Special Stage (SSS), followed by two days of challenging long distance rally action over three Special Stages. The end result of this tough competition saw MINI ALL4 Racing cars fill the top two positions.

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