I drive a lot of cars. As a freelance automotive journalist, I test and review an average of three new vehicles a month, of various makes and models. I even drove the new F56 Mini hardtop back in February at an event just for media. And although I had a blast the first time around, nothing prepared me for MTTS.
MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014 reached a spectacular conclusion when over a thousand Motorers in more than 450 MINIs drove the final part of the epic 5,000-mile coast-to-coast rally into the city of Boston, Massachusetts.
As MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014 reached its conclusion in Boston after a coast-to-coast journey from San Francisco, MINI Motorers who had taken part agreed that the biggest MTTS yet had also been the best.
Of all the towns and cities that MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014 passed through on its route from San Francisco to Boston, one of the warmest and most enthusiastic welcomes for the rally was seen in the communities of Batavia and Le Roy, in Genesee County, western New York State.
Three-time Emmy Award winning TV star Cat Greenleaf joined MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014, as the rally moved from Buffalo, New York, to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and she was accompanied on the journey by her three rescue dogs.
As MINI TAKES THE STATES reached the city of Buffalo, New York, the rally attracted its largest turnout of Motorers since the coast-to-coast rally left San Francisco, California, for Boston, Massachusetts.
As MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014 has passed through towns and cities in America on its way from coast to coast, it’s not just national news headlines that the rally has attracted.
As MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014 passed close to the Canadian border between Cleveland, Ohio, and Buffalo, New York, a delegation of around 30 MINIs peeled off the main group to meet fellow Motorers in Canada.
A Motorer of the future was delighted to win an award for her special MINI, as MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014 reached St Louis, Missouri.
When eight year old Emma Lenz joined MINI TAKES THE STATES 2014, she probably never thought it would result in her making a very special announcement in front of thousands of baseball fans.