I have a few reasons to be what could be considered 'racist'. Now before we start, I am in the UK and not the US, so things may be different. Also, what race someone is actually doesnt matter to me at all. It is simply peoples attitude and what they do.
For example, if two Asian people come to this country, one gets a job (or at least tries to.) as well as trying hard to learn our language and respect out culture over here, I would have absolutely nothing against them whatsoever. They'd be a good UK citizens. However, if someone comes over here, makes no attempt to get a job, learn the language and just uses our free healthcare and benefits, then of course I have a problem with that. Milions in taxpayers money goes into that; it should be a safety net, not a way of life. Unfortunatly for some, it IS a way of life. Whatever your colour, if you take advantage of our country, ill have a nit to pick with you.
Another, somewhat controversial reason is the recent 'wooden horse' thing, and other terrorist/extremist activities. Those few idiots give their whole race/religion an unfairly bad reputation.
Many here find that this country is becoming 'islamified' and to a point, I agree. Again, no problem with the peoples race, only that many of them are trying to push their culture and customs on us.. For example, I recently turned vegetarian one reason (of many, however.) was that because now, you never know what your eating. Is it halal, is it ordinary meat? Resturaunts don't always state, and more often than not now they serve halal. 88% of halal is actually stunned so the animal doesn't feel pain, but about 22% did have to undergo excruciating pain before it arrived on our dinner table.
To summarise my points: You go to the UK, you speak English and you respect English culture. Go to France, you learn French and you respect French culture. The same goes for all countries.