The event featured more than 10,000 MINIs with some participants bringing their cars from the US, Russia, and South Africa.

Last weekend's MINI United Festival attracted more than 25,000 enthusiasts to the Silverstone race track in England.

The 50th anniversary event featured more than 10,000 MINIs with some participants bringing their cars from such far away places as the US, Russia, and South Africa. Among the many notable vehicles present were the new Mayfair and Camden special editions, movie cars from "The Italian Job" and "Austin Powers", as well as the special George Harrison recreation which was presented to his widow, Olivia Harrison.

The festival also boasted an interesting mix of motorsports activities, live music, and celebrity designed models from Paul Smith, David Bowie, Kate Moss, Missoni, Madonna and Alan Aldridge.

 

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MINI United Festival Receives 25,000 Visitors at Silverstone