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Dream Car competition winner & results Cyril Barnes - New Volkswagen Golf GTE (£40,510) 11 - 17 Sep (Week 37) 2023


Mailed it! Former Post Office Manager Wins New Golf GTE

Today’s Dream Car Competition winner, Cyril Barnes from Gloucestershire, is taking home a very special delivery – a brand new Volkswagen Golf GTE worth over £40,000!

“Christ,” the former post office manager said as he opened his door to BOTB presenter Christian, “I wasn’t expecting you.”

Cyril plans to gift his new Golf to his son and daughter-in-law, who relies on a wheelchair, to improve their access around town. 

Congratulations, Cyril – what a stand-up guy!


Reward Scheme

Game Credit is won 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 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 independently calculated by external auditors Azets, a top 20 UK and leading European accountancy group. View confirmation letter

All entrants are eligible to win game credit in zones 1 to 5 (see key above), according to their proximity to the judged position.


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

  • A Aboudaher (DE) BMW X1 xDrive23d X-Line
    • A McConnell (GB) Porsche Macan GTS + £20k
    • A Watkins (GB) Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio + £20k
    • C Brine (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi Clubsport + £50k
    • C Wells (GB) Dodge Charger Hellcat Widebody + £20k
    • D King (GB) Audi RSQ3 Sportback Vorsprung + £20k
    • D Fenech (GB) Defender 90 D250 X-Dynamic SE
    • E Horgan (IE) Volkswagen Golf GTi Clubsport
    • F Michuki (GB) Sterling Defender 110 P400e + £20k
    • H Savashan (GB) BMW X1 xDrive23d X-Line + £30k
    • J Mcgrath (GB) Mercedes AMG CLA35 + £30k
    • K Lock (GB) Hymer Modern Comfort-1 690 + £20k
    • N Stretton (GB) Ford Escort Mk1 RS2000 + £20k
    • N Heron (GB) Mini John Cooper Works
    • O Stefanescu (GB) BMW M3 Touring
    • P Yeardsley (GB) BMW X3M Competition + £40k
    • P Smart (GB) BMW X1 xDrive23d X-Line + £50k
    • R Edwards (GB) Porsche Taycan Turbo + £50k
    • S Preston (GB) Tesla Model Y Performance + £40k
    • T Wright (GB) BMW X1 xDrive23d X-Line


The closest Supercharged Club member for each car in the line-up wins £30 (Gold), £20 (Silver) or £10 (Bronze) Game Credit.

  • Audi RS4 Avant - A Gill (GB)
  • Audi RS5 Sportback Vorsprung - J Peiris (GB)
  • Audi RS6 Avant Performance - S Farnen (GB)
  • Audi RS7 Performance - T Haynes (GB)
  • Audi RSQ3 Sportback Vorsprung - D King (GB)
  • Audi RSQ8 - P Brown (GB)
  • Audi S3 Sportback Black Edition - D Roberts (GB)
  • Audi SQ7 TFSi Black Edition - W Scanlon (GB)
  • Audi TT-RS - D Swan (GB)
  • Auto Trail Grande Frontier 88 - S Collett (GB)
  • Bentley Bentayga V8 - C Pitt (GB)
  • Bentley Continental GT V8 - W Iqbal (GB)
  • Bentley Flying Spur V8 - D Barrois (FR)
  • BMW i4 M50 - A Khand (GB)
  • BMW i5 M60 - S Dudau (GB)
  • BMW i7 xDrive60 - D Gyuricsko (GB)
  • BMW iX xDrive50 M-Sport - R Wright (GB)
  • BMW M2 - P Hill (GB)
  • BMW M3 Competition - A Razzaq (GB)




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Retired postmaster wins car worth £40,000 to help his disabled daughter get around

Sep 2023

A retired postmaster from Gloucestershire has won a new £40,000 car. The former postie had the surprise special delivery of the Volkswagen Golf GTE which he now plans to use to help his severely disabled daughter-in-law get around.

Cyril Barnes, from Newnham, on the banks of the River Severn in the Forest of Dean, won it with online competition firm BOTB . The 74-year-old said the car will come in very handy for his daughter-in-law Erica who relies on a wheelchair and finds it difficult to get out and about.

He said: “This will make such a difference to her as she loves to get out of the house, but finds it difficult and can only travel a couple of miles in a car before she needs to stop. I am quite happy with my old Tesla so I only played for this car to help my family out.”
The father-of-three received a visit from BOTB presenter Christian Williams at his home who surprised him with the news he was this week’s Dream Car Competition winner .

“I was very surprised to find Christian at my door. It was a bit of a surreal day,” Cyril added. "I have entered the competition most weeks for about two years and to have finally won is fantastic.”

Christian said: “Congratulations to Cyril on winning such an amazing car. It’s a very popular car for VW and you can see why. The inside is just as gorgeous as the outside.

“The fact he is planning to help out his daughter-in-law is such a generous thing to do and I am sure it will come in very handy for her.”

BOTB - Best of the Best - hands over the keys to a stunning dream car each week as well as a lifestyle prize. Winners have bagged Rolex watches, holidays and motorbikes in recent months. The company, listed on the stock market, was founded by William Hindmarch in 1999 and has given away more than £53m-worth of cars so far.

BOTB first opened at Heathrow Airport in 1999, with Daveeda Shaheen scooping the first prize. It clocked up its 500th winner in 2019 and many winners continue to play, convinced they have the Midas touch.

Based in Fulham, BOTB has had winners all across the globe with many different reactions, the best of which probably came from Adel Mbarki and can still be seen online at www.botb.com . The company uses former professional footballers to judge the competition independently each week, alongside current and former referees.

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