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Midweek Lifestyle competition winner & results Thomas Carlile - Harley-Davidson FXDR 23 - 29 Dec Week 52 2019:



Thomas Carlile from Staffordshire loves his bikes and usually plays for the Kawasaki Ninja, but as it was Christmas last week he decided to mix things up a bit. And it's a good thing he did because as this week's Lifestyle winner, he scooped the mighty Harley-Davidson FXDR worth almost £20,000... certainly a great way to cruise into the New Year! Congrats Thomas and enjoy your new toy!


Which of these drivers did not race in a Grand Prix in 2019?


Nico Rosberg


After becoming World Champion in 2016, Nico Rosberg retired from motor racing.


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


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

  • A Goldsmith (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • A Werner (DE) Cash Prize £15,000
  • C Jones (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • C Kenna (GB) Platinum Tech Bundle
  • C Martin (GB) BMW S1000RR
  • C Toddington (GB) Rolex GMT-Master II
  • D Bruce (GB) BMW R1250 GS Adventure
  • I Barbour (GB) Rolex GMT-Master II Batman
  • I Kench (GB) Hublot Big Bang
  • J Clarke (GB) Rolex GMT-Master II Batman
  • J Sprague (GB) Supernova Overclocked PC
  • K Teece (RO) Pinarello Dogma Road Bike
  • L Bryan (GB) Bremont Martin Baker II Orange
  • L Thompson (GB) Cash Prize £15,000
  • P Gordon (GB) Nikon Camera Bundle
  • R McArthur (GB) BMW F850 GS
  • R Preston (GB) Moto Guzzi V7 Special
  • S de Vet (NL) Ducati Panigale V2
  • S Tarakowicz (GB) Rolex Lady-Datejust 28
  • V Ioannou (GR) Rolex GMT-Master II Batman


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Staffordshire man wins £20k Harley-Davidson in competition

Jan 2020

Thomas Charlie, 33 from Cannock, won the lavish Harley-Davison FXDR, which is worth almost £20,000, by playing BOTB.

The competition sees people pay for tickets before being asked to guess where a football is on photographs of real games.

Thomas has been playing BOTB for almost a year and usually plays in the competition for the Kawasaki Ninja.

“I usually play for the Kawaski Ninja but because it was Christmas I thought I’d mix things up and go for the Harley-Davidson instead,” he said. “And it’s a good job I did.”

The IT technician was sleeping after a night shift when he received the good news via a FaceTime call from BOTB presenter Christian Williams.

“I was so shocked, but it was absolutely brilliant,” Thomas added. “I just have a 125 bike at the moment so the Harley’s is definitely more powerful than I am used to. I can’t wait to pick it up.”

Christian said: “It’s one of the most popular bikes out there at the moment - it’s absolutely stunning. Huge congratulations to Thomas - enjoy it!”

Since being founded in 1999 by William Hindmarch, BOTB has given away more than £30million worth of prizes.

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