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Midweek Car competition winner & results Harvey Furney - Renaultsport Megane RS 300 + £10k 29 Oct - 04 Nov 2020 (Week 44)

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Yeovil Not Believe This!

New dad, Harvey Furney from Yeovil, was struggling with the size of his current Renault Clio, so it's lucky that, as Midweek winner number 25, he scooped the more spacious (and much more sporty) Renaultsport Megane RS, worth £33,000!

With plenty of room for the whole family and £10,000 cash in the boot, it's no wonder Harvey was shaking with excitement when he first laid eyes on his new set of wheels.

And it couldn't have been better timing with Christmas just around the corner, as Harvey announced that he's now planning to use the cash to treat the family for the festive season. Huge congrats Harvey!

JUDGES' DECISION

Reward Scheme

Dream Car Credit is awarded for doing well in Car Competitions.

  • Zone 1: 100%
  • Zone 2: 50%
  • Zone 3: 15%
  • Zone 4: 10%
  • Zone 5: 5%

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THE JUDGING PANEL

The panel of judges is formed of experienced sports professionals on a rotating basis, who each offer their best opinion. Using a panel of judges ensures that nobody can ever know the original position of the ball - resulting in a process that is fair, transparent, audited and honest.

AUDITORS LETTER

The winner is independently calculated by external auditors Azets, a top 20 UK and leading European accountancy group. View confirmation letter

RUNNERS UP

The top 20 closest players to the winning coordinates all receive £100 in Dream Car Credit.

  • A Chowdhury (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi + £20k Cash + £10k
  • A Garrod (GB) Ford Fiesta ST-2 + £10k
  • C Dulley (GB) Audi ABT A1 + £10k
  • D Bryant (GB) Honda Civic Type-R GT + £10k
  • D Hepburn (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi + £20k Cash + £10k
  • G Straw (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi + £20k Cash + £10k
  • J Braid (GB) Toyota GR Yaris CP + £10k
  • J Murray (GB) Range Rover Velar D180 S + £10k
  • P Callaghan (GB) Ford MS-RT Transit + £20k Cash + £10k
  • P Smith (GB) Porsche 718 Cayman T + £10k
  • R Hood (GB) Jaguar E-Pace P250 R-Dynamic HSE
  • R Khan (GB) Toyota GR Yaris CP + £20k Cash + £10k
  • R Lawson (GB) Ford Ranger Raptor
  • S De Lucia (IT) Lotus Elise Sport 220 + £10k
  • S Thompson (GB) Toyota GR Yaris CP + £20k Cash + £10k
  • S Unesi (GB) Mercedes A45S AMG + £10k
  • T Jones (GB) Mercedes C43 AMG
  • T Solomon (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi + £20k Cash + £10k
  • T Weeks (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi + £20k Cash
  • W Noble (GB) Mercedes C43 AMG + £10k

CLOSEST BY CAR

The closest Supercharged Club member for each car in the line-up wins £30 (Gold), £20 (Silver) or £10 (Bronze) Dream Car Credit.

  • Lotus Elise Sport 220 - S De Lucia (IT)
  • Mazda MX-5 Sport Nav+ - H Tahiri (GB)
  • Mazda RX-7 Spirit R - L Newman (GB)
  • Mercedes A250 AMG Line - J Harwood (GB)
  • Mercedes A35 AMG - H Walton (GB)
  • Mercedes A45S AMG - D Bryant (GB)
  • Mercedes A45S AMG - S Unesi (GB)
  • Mercedes C300d AMG Line - J Wyke (GB)
  • Mercedes C43 AMG - W Noble (GB)
  • Mercedes CLA35 AMG - J Clare (GB)
  • Mini John Cooper Works - D Raby (GB)
  • Mini Cooper S - O Onodenalore (CA)
  • Mini Countryman JCW - D North (DE)
  • Mini John Cooper Works GP - D Bryant (GB)
  • Mini Mulgari Icon02 310 - S Nisbet (GB)
  • Mitsubishi Evo 6 TM Edition - S Wood (GB)
  • Morgan 3-Wheeler - M James (GB)
  • Nissan Leaf e+ Tekna - R Vatavu (GB)
  • Porsche 718 Cayman T - P Smith (GB)

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Harvey Furney, of Yoevil, wins car and £10,000

Nov 2020

A YOUNG Somerset father-of-two said today he had never seen so much money as he celebrated a “life-changing” £43,000 prize, courtesy of online dream car giveaway company BOTB.

Harvey Furney, 26, from Yeovil, said he almost cried as BOTB’s Christian Williams surprised him by video-call to tell him he had won a Renaultsport Megane RS, worth £33,000, complete with £10,000 cash in the boot.

The customer services manager said he was left in an overwhelmed state of disbelief after learning of his win while at work on Friday.

But he said it couldn’t have come at a better time after he and girlfriend Chloe, 24, welcomed a new baby just over a month ago and with Christmas just over a month away.

“I already have a four-year-old so Christmas is a pretty special time for us but this year it is going to be just the best,” said Harvey.

“I have never seen this much money, I cannot say enough how this is life-changing for us.

“It is so amazing I really have not had time to take it all in. I have been a fan of BOTB for a while and watch the surprise videos so have always done it because thought was in with a chance, but when it actually happens it's just so unbelievable.

"Chloe wouldn’t believe me when I first called her so I had to wait all day until I finished work to get home and show her the video and text messages and then she finally believed me.

“We have talked about what we are going to do with the money and it will mean a very special Christmas. We can treat ourselves to nice food and perhaps more indulgent presents rather than trying to bargain hunt on everything.

"But It also means we can pay some bills and perhaps put a little amount away in savings for each of the children. It really is life-changing.”

BOTB, listed on the stock market, hands over the keys to two stunning cars each week as well as a ‘lifestyle’ prize. Recent winners have bagged everything from a Lamborghini and a quad bike through to a holiday in the Arctic and a Rolex watch.

BOTB’s Christian Williams, who surprises winners every week, said he was delighted to have been able to call Harvey with the good news, particularly bringing some pre-Christmas cheer to a young family..

“Harvey was clearly overjoyed and a little overwhelmed,” he said. “You could see how much it meant to him to be a winner and to know it was going to make this Christmas pretty special for his family.

“Our social media fans were quick to wish him well and he has our best wishes too!”

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