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Dream Car competition winner & results Andy Willmott - Nissan GT-R Litchfield Track Edition 20 - 26 Aug Week 34 2018


Andy Willmott was looking forward to getting back to work this morning after a week off, not least because a new vending machine was due to arrive! But it was a delivery of a different kind which really took his breath away, as Christian showed up with the news that Andy was Dream Car winner number 437, scooping the utterly brilliant Nissan GT-R Litchfield Track Edition worth £98,895!

 Andy has owned a couple of Japanese cars in the past, including a Toyota Celica and Honda Civic…but this GT-R takes things to a different level, with a whopping 630bhp taking it to 62mph in just 2.8 secs…congratulations Andy!


Reward Scheme

Dream Car Credit is awarded for doing well in 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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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.


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


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

  • Abdul Muhid (GB) Audi RS3 Saloon + £20k
  • Alan Coleman (GB) Mini Countryman 2.0d SD + £20k
  • Alen Duspara (DE) Porsche 718 Cayman S + £20k
  • Amar Burmic (SE) Mercedes C43 AMG + £20k
  • Assad Shah (GB) BMW M2 Competition
  • Chris Packham (GB) Nissan GT-R Litchfield Track Edition
  • Dan Mackenzie (GB) Land Rover Discovery Td6 HSE
  • Daniel Armstrong (GB) Mercedes CLS53 AMG + £20k
  • David Jones (GB) Audi ABT TT RS-R + £20k
  • Djamshid Rustambekov (GB) Maserati Levante
  • Earl Taylor (GB) Porsche 718 Boxster
  • Julian Burrows (GB) Range Rover Velar P300 R-Dynamic HSE + £20k
  • Mark Cunningham (GB) Mercedes CLS53 AMG + £20k
  • Meharban Riyat (GB) Tesla Model X 75D + £20k
  • Neil Parry (GB) Audi TT-RS
  • Nikola Spoljarec (HR) Volkswagen Polo GTi Plus + £20k
  • Richard Barratt (GB) Jaguar F-Type V6S Cabrio + £20k
  • Richard Elliott (US) Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat + £20k
  • Tendai Mazura (GB) Jaguar F-Type V6S + £20k
  • Trey Shelton (GB) Audi S3 Sportback + £20k


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The incredible moment Plymouth grandad finds out he's won a £100k supercar

Aug 2018

A grandad with a love of gas-guzzlers has scooped a £100,000 supercar just weeks after trading in his sportscar for ‘something more sensible’.

Andy Wilmott, 65, was ambushed at his work in Ivybridge with the stunning coupe.

The lucky Plymouth man, who works as a production manager at Calor Gas, won the £98,895 car after entering BOTB’s luxury car competition last week.

“It’s so surreal,” Andy said. “My phone has been ringing all day. Suddenly all my colleagues need a lift!”

Andy is no stranger to a sports car. “I’m a fan of Japanese sports cars,” he said. “In the past I’ve had a Honda Civic Type R and a Mazda MX 8. This is the flagship Japanese sports car so I couldn’t be happier.

The car-loving grandfather is naturally over the moon to have won the keys to a new toy.

“I recently traded in a sports car for something a bit more sensible,” he laughed. “I have an 18-month-old granddaughter and needed something more practical for her. Now I can have both! There’s even enough room in the boot of the Nissan for my golf clubs."

“I have no idea where I will take my first ride,” he added. “But I am not short of stunning options in Devon.”

Although he is a fan of the black GT-R model BOTB presenter Christian surprised him with, Andy’s wife will get final say over the spec. “She won’t want to drive it as it’s very powerful, but she will definitely decide the specifics!Christian Williams, who delivered the good news, said Andy was a worthy winner.

“I have one of the best jobs in the world, handing people the keys to their dream car,” said Christian. “Andy is a family man who gave up a something he loved for his granddaughter. I’m so happy we’ve been able to help him have both.”

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