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Dream car competition winner & results Graham Tottle - Range Rover P400e Autobiography + £20k Cash Week 21 2018 (21st - 27th May)

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Graham Tottle works for a building firm, so always plays for cars with plenty of room for all his tools and equipment! Last week’s ITH featured possibly one of the smartest SUV’s on the market today – the magnificent Range Rover P400e Autobiography, worth over £105k – so Graham jumped at the chance to add a couple of tickets to his basket…and he was elated earlier today when Christian gave him the amazing news that he’d won! 

Graham was busy with the rather unglamorous job of rodding drains when Christian showed up, so he quickly decided he’d use the £20k in cash he also scooped to pay someone else to do that particular job in the future…and who can blame him – congratulations Graham!

JUDGES' DECISION

Reward Scheme

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

  • Zone 1

    100% of ticket value paid

  • Zone 2

    15% of ticket value paid

  • Zone 3

    10% of ticket value paid

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AUDITORS LETTER

The winner is calculated by external auditors Wilkins Kennedy, a top 20 UK accountancy group. View confirmation letter

RUNNERS UP

The top 20 closest players to the winning coordinates all receive £200 in Dream Car Credit.

  • John Maddox (GB) Mini Mulgari Icon 2 + £20k
  • Aden Wood (GB) Honda Civic Type-R GT + £20k
  • Paul Curtis (GB) Honda NSX
  • Raymond Lerberg (QA) BMW M4 + £20k
  • Steven Dear (GB) BMW X6 M50d + £20k
  • Jeremiah Gocay (DE) Lotus Exige Sport 350 + £20k
  • Ben Till (GB) Audi RS3 + £20k
  • Ryan Gomersall (GB) Toyota GT86 + £20k
  • Hylke Bootsma (NL) Audi S3 Sportback
  • Mark Shaw (GB) Mazda MX-5 RF Sport Nav
  • Alan Wilson (GB) Tesla Model S 100D + £20k
  • Euan Mead (GB) Porsche 718 Cayman
  • Shaun Hardwicke (GB) BMW M2 Competition + £20k
  • Craig Boswell (GB) Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE Auto
  • Nick Rideout (GB) Porsche Macan S + £20k
  • Duncan Macinnes (GB) Audi RS4 Avant Carbon Edition + £20k
  • Adam Gardner (GB) Audi S3 Sportback
  • Peter Shaw (GB) Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE + £20k
  • Manvir Heer (GB) Mercedes E400 Coupe AMG Line 4MATIC
  • Tamlin Rees (GB) Audi TT-RS + £20k

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Graham gets the surprise of his life after winning top Range Rover worth £105k

May 2018

A third generation builder received the surprise of a lifetime after winning a top-of-the-range Range Rover worth £105k.

Graham Tottle was left speechless when he was handed the keys to a gleaming Range Rover P400e Autobiography and £20k cash in BOTB’s (Best of the Best PLC) trademark Tuesday surprise.

“I’m still in complete shock, I can’t believe my luck,” said Graham.

“I honestly never expected to win, you dream of winning, but you never think it will happen to you.

“I currently drive a Skoda which I love but this Range Rover is an incredible upgrade!”

BOTB was founded by William Hindmarch in 1999 and has handed over the keys to more than £22m worth of supercars.

Listed on the stock market, BOTB has high-profile stands at airports and in Britain’s biggest shopping centres, with 75 per cent of all people playing online at BOTB.com.

“I started my day by cleaning out drains, and what a way to finish the day,” laughed Graham.

“It seemed only fair to take my work colleagues out for lunch to share my good fortune.”

Christian Williams, who delivered the good news said that Graham was a worthy winner.

“I have one of the best jobs in the world, handing people the keys to their dream car,” said Christian, “but it’s all the more magical when that experience is shared with work colleagues.

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