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Dream Car competition winner & results Stuart Rollo - Porsche Macan GTS + £70k 11 - 17 Jan 2021 (Week 2)

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Drum Roll For Rollo!

Stuart Rollo from Edinburgh always plays for the Porsche Macan, and this week his dream has come true as he's not only won a brand new Macan GTS worth almost £60,000 but also £70,000 cash to go alongside the car.

A delighted Stuart couldn't stop laughing with joy and explained that the Macan will make the perfect new family car. He's also planning to use the cash prize for a long-overdue holiday with his wife and children – huge congrats Stuart and enjoy the new wheels!

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 £200 in Dream Car Credit.

  • A Coughlin (GB) Audi ABT A1
  • A Henderson (GB) VW Touareg R-Line + £20k
  • A Motin (GB) BMW M3 Competition + £20k
  • C Hill (GB) Golf R + RR Sport P400e + £20k
  • D Peck (GB) Tesla Model X Ludicrous Performance + £20k
  • E Esperandio (GB) Audi ABT Q8 + £20k
  • G Wylie (GB) Audi RS5
  • H Hussain (GB) Audi S3 Sportback
  • K Richardson (GB) BMW M235i Gran Coupe
  • M Bhaiyat (GB) e46 M3 + C63S Coupe + £20k
  • M Hakim (GB) Range Rover Evoque P250 HSE + £20k
  • M Jones (GB) Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD
  • M Ridout (GB) Mini Cooper S + Audi RS4
  • M Simpson (GB) Lamborghini Urus + £20k
  • O Chick (GB) Mini Cooper S + £20k
  • P Berni (GB) Tesla Model X Ludicrous Performance + £20k
  • R Bennett (GB) BMW M8 Competition + £20k
  • R Dobson (GB) Model 3 Std Plus + Defender P400e + £20k
  • S Peiris (IE) Porsche 718 Cayman T + £20k
  • T Mehmood (GB) e46 M3 + C63S Coupe

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.

  • Ford Escort Cosworth - R Vockins (GB)
  • Ford Escort Mk1 RS2000 - A Flavien (GB)
  • Ford Fiesta ST-2 - D Hesketh (GB)
  • Ford Focus ST - A Flint (GB)
  • Ford MS-RT Transit Connect - P Regan (GB)
  • Ford MS-RT Transit Custom - D Hutchinson (GB)
  • Ford Mustang 1960s Classic - J Sharpe (GB)
  • Ford Mustang Bullitt - A Turner (GB)
  • Ford Mustang GT - N Kumar (GB)
  • Ford Mustang GT V8 Convertible - M Cernea (GB)
  • Ford Ranger Raptor - A Santi (GB)
  • Ford Transit Trail AWD - S Kolev (GB)
  • Honda Civic Type-R GT - K Teelanah (GB)
  • Honda e Advance - P Curry (GB)
  • Honda NSX - S Watson (GB)
  • Hymer B-SL708 180 Auto - V Putaj (GB)
  • Hyundai i30N Performance - T Rodgers (GB)
  • Jaguar E-Pace P250 R-Dynamic HSE - D Pron (GB)
  • Jaguar E-Type (Classic 1960's) - R Ingarfield (GB)

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Stuart Rollo wins Porsche Macan GTS and £70,000 in BOTB competition

Jan 2021

A FATHER-OF-TWO has enjoyed an amazing start to the year after scooping his dream car. . . and then being told he had won £70,000 in cash as well!

Competition winner Stuart Rollo, of Prestonpans, received the surprise of a lifetime when he was told he would be taking home a Porsche Macan GTS, worth about £60,000.

But his day got even better when he was then informed that £70,000 would be coming his way too.

His online ticket cost just £2.

The 51-year-old was celebrating after receiving a video call from Virgin Radio UK presenter Christian Williams that he had won the prizes in BOTB’s long-running Dream Car Competition.

Stuart said: “This is crazy. I knew who Christian was as soon as I answered the call – I was just not expecting him to be ringing me!

“I always joke to my partner Suzanne that one day she will get a call from BOTB as she’s my surprise contact. I just can’t believe it’s actually happened!”

Stuart, who works as a health and safety manager at Lothian Buses, has played BOTB for years and always wanted to win the Porsche Macan GTS because “it has everything”.

“It’s just the perfect car for me,” he added. “It’s big enough for the family, it’s luxurious, it’s powerful and it’s absolutely stunning.”

Stuart – dad to Melissa, 14, and 11-year-old Jacob –paid just £2 for his competition ticket online.

Christian video-called Stuart and ‘took’ the county resident around to the boot of his prize car where a briefcase stuffed with £70,000 in cash was waiting for him.

Stuart said: “Oh my gosh, this is just crazy. It was all about the car for me but this is just the cherry on top.

This money will go such a long way for us.

“It’s been a tricky year for everyone and I’m really fortunate to still be working but we as a family need something to look forward to.

“The kids have always talked about going to America so maybe a big family holiday is on the cards.”

BOTB hands over the keys to two cars each week, as well as a lifestyle prize. Other recent winners have bagged a quad bike, a holiday to Las Vegas and a gaming tech bundle.

The company, listed on the stockmarket, was founded by William Hindmarch in 1999 and has given away more than £37million worth of cars so far.

Competition entrants select what luxury car they would like to take home, pay a small entry fee and then make an online ‘spot the ball’ selection which determines who wins.

Christian, who surprises BOTB winners, said: “Stuart seems like such a lovely guy and I’m super happy for him.

“He’s played for this car so many times and what a fantastic prize it is.

“Plus, the £70,000 cash is definitely going to come in handy – he could even buy another Porsche if he wanted to!

“Massive congratulations again, Stuart!”

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