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Lifestyle competition winners & results Simon Clarke - BMW S1000RR (£15,590) 28 Mar - 03 Apr 2022 (Week 13)

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BLIMEY – IT'S A BMW!

Simon Clarke from Carterton is this week's lucky Lifestyle winner, scooping a fantastic BMW superbike worth over £15,000! "Blimey," he exclaimed, "that's pretty awesome!"

Simon is now planning to opt for the bike's cash alternative and take his family for a long-overdue holiday – massive congrats!

Question:

Which of these cities is not in Asia?

Answer:

Lagos

Explanation:

Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria, Africa.
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DRAW DETAILS

The draw was undertaken by PromoVeritas, the UK's leading independent promotional verification service.
Registration number: 4437132

RUNNERS UP

A further 20 correct answers have been drawn as runners-up, each receiving £20 Dream Car Credit.

  • A Dick (GB) Platinum Tech Bundle
  • A Findlay (GB) Santa Cruz Heckler
  • B Sandy (GB) Rolex GMT-Master II Pepsi
  • C Drury (GB) Tag Heuer Monaco Calibre 11
  • C Hill (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • D Allen (GB) Apple Tech Bundle
  • E Le Corre (FR) Roland Electric Drum Kit
  • G Parrish (GB) Rolex Sea-Dweller
  • H Singh (GB) Bali Luxury Holiday For Two
  • J Dias (GB) Roland Electric Drum Kit
  • J Hodge (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • J Petts (GB) Pioneer DJ Setup
  • K Munro (GB) Cash Prize £5,000
  • K Thompson (GB) Cash Prize £5,000
  • L Sturgess (GB) USA Road Trip
  • M Rodrigues (GB) Disney World Family Holiday
  • M Stanelis (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • R Shepherd (GB) Cash Prize £10,000
  • S Yassaman (GB) Rolex Cosmograph Daytona
  • W Carr (GB) Cash Prize £15,000

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Dad wins thousands from a 95p competition ticket

Apr 2022

A Carterton man scored a big win after taking home £15,000 from a 95p competition ticket.

Simon Clarke won a BMW motorbike worth thousands in an online Spot the Ball football competition by predicting the whereabouts of a removed ball in an image.

However, even though Mr Clarke has always been a fan of motorcycles he opted to swap the machine for cash and will spending it on a long-overdue holiday.

Mr Clarke said: “I’ve spoken to my fiancee and I’ve been instructed to take the cash alternative.

"I think we’ll use it to go on holiday with the kids. I usually stay at home to work so it will be a nice way to do something all together.”

The competition was run by Best of the Best plc (BOTB) which runs weekly Dream Car, Midweek Car and Lifestyle Competitions online.

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It uses former professional footballers to judge the competition independently each week, alongside current and former referees.

Mr Clarke found out the good news in a video call with BOTB presenter Christian Williams.

Mr Williams said: “A huge congratulations to Simon - it’s a lot of money so I completely get why he’s chosen the cash alternative. Enjoy your holiday, Simon.”

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