"I won? I won the car? I don't believe it! This is not a joke?"
"You're joking! That's great! Thank you!"
"You're kidding! What a wonderful thing! Thank you very much! WOW!"
"I did not! You're kidding me! God! Oh my God! It's the fourth time I entered. Oh my God!I still remember the phone call to tell me I had won as a moment of disbelief. I have never won anything in my life and wow, I have won the M3! This was the first time I entered this type of competition. I bought a ticket because you have to be in it to win it, and my win has proven this old but clearly trustworthy saying!"
"You're kidding… You're not kidding. Oh my god. You're not kidding! Oh my God, thank you so much!"
"Believe it or not, I was waiting for the phone call to tell me I won, as I had a feeling that the car was mine from the moment I bought the ticket. I saw the car and knew that I would win it. Don't ask me how… it must have been very strong to get me to part with £70 for a ticket. But it was an excellent investment. And it was the first time I entered this competition!"
"I won? This is amazing! I'm absolutely gobsmacked! Speechless! Thank you so much!"
"We were killing time at Gatwick waiting for our honeymoon flight to Mexico. Bizarrely, I'd won the holiday in a competition at the Mercedes dealership where I work. It was my birthday the following week and my husband was frantically looking for a card in the airport shops when he saw the Lotus Elise competition. We'd both test-driven an identical car a few weeks earlier so we knew what fun it was. In the end Alan offered to buy me a ticket instead of a card. I'd forgotten all about it until I returned to find a message on my answerphone telling me to call Best of the Best. I guess it was my lucky week."
"Is this is a wind-up? I can't believe it, this is a dream come true!"
"Fantastic! God, this is the first time I have won anything in my life!. This is incredible. Thank you!"
"That's brilliant. That is really good news and certainly worth every penny! Thank you!"
"I live ten minutes away form Ferrari's headquarters in Egham and regularly used to drive down there in my TVR to ogle the cars. I promised myself that one day I'd have a 360 Spider so when I passed by Best of the Best's stand at Heathrow I couldn't resist chancing my luck. To be honest, I never really thought I'd win it. But I could afford to lose £85, and if I did… When William rang me to tell me the good news I though it was one of my mates pulling my leg - I couldn't believe it. I've spent hours just driving around with a massive grin on my face. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to actually own a car like this so I'm going to make the most of it."