RAISING #EQUALITY #RESPECT #DIVERSITY IN MOTORSPORT AND BEYOND
Twin sisters Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc outside of racing: Supporting an orphanage in Uganda
Emmanuel Guma is a friendly man, always smiling with a word for everybody. Born in Uganda in 1977, he came to Dubai a couple of years ago to find work. He was hired by Buggyra Racing as the desert farm keeper two years ago and has been doing the job ever since. What...
Koloc sisters join the likes of Lionel Messi and Felipe Massa as ambassadors for Peace and Sport
Monaco-based organization Peace and Sport has nominated Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc to join their newly created Junior Champions for Peace Club which aims to provide a platform for young athletes to promote peace values through their sport Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc to...
Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc at AfroCannes, a conference to promote diversity and inclusion in the film industry and beyond
Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc, the 17-year-old racing drivers were invited to speak at AfroCannes last Saturday on the subjects of diversity and inclusion in motorsport. It is a subject close to the twins’ heart since they were the target of sexist and insulting remarks...