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Dream Car competition winner & results Cory Thackstone - New Lamborghini Urus S + Year's Supply of Pizza + £50k 16 - 22 Oct (Week 42) 2023


Lambo, Dough, and Cash to Go! Cory's Life-Changing £240K Competition Win!

Cory Thackstone from Leicestershire is taking home one of the biggest prize bundles in BOTB history! This incredible haul includes a £190,000 Lamborghini Urus, a year's supply of pizza, and a whopping £50,000 tax-free cash.

"This means everything to me,” Cory exclaimed as the realisation that he’d won over £240,000 sunk in. “It’s going to completely change my life! I’m shaking so much." 

Congratulations, Cory – it doesn’t get much better than a Lamborghini, pizza and cash!


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 Bradley (GB) Jaguar F-Pace SVR + £30k
  • A Koluzs (GB) BMW X1 M35i + £30k
  • D Clarke (GB) BMW X1 M35i
  • D Sadlo (GB) Range Rover Sport D300 + £20k
  • D Wallrapp (DE) Lamborghini Urus S + Pizza + £20k
  • E Kraja (GB) Lamborghini Urus S + £50k
  • J Carruthers (GB) BMW M2 + £20k
  • J Matthews (GB) Volkswagen Golf GTi Clubsport
  • K Anderson (GB) Ford Ranger Raptor
  • P Randall (GB) Renault Megane + Alpine A110 R + £20k
  • P Spedding (GB) BMW X1 xDrive23d X-Line
  • P Wilden (GB) BMW X1 M35i + £20k
  • R Parker (GB) Range Rover P550e
  • S Adams (GB) Cupra Formentor + Balearic Holiday + £50k
  • S Sheppard (GB) BMW X1 M35i + £20k
  • T Goodchild (HK) Audi RS7 Performance
  • T Gratzl (US) Audi ABT RS7-R
  • T Osanai (DK) Mercedes EQE350+ AMG Line + £50k
  • W Iqbal (GB) Lamborghini Urus S + Pizza! + £50k
  • W Khalid (GB) Range Rover Sport D300 Dynamic SE


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

  • Porsche Taycan Turbo - P Reed (GB)
  • Range Rover Evoque P250 - D Cureton (GB)
  • Range Rover Kahn Velar P400 - R Griffiths (GB)
  • Range Rover P400 SE - R Harper (GB)
  • Range Rover P550e - R Parker (GB)
  • Range Rover Sport D300 Dynamic - D Sadlo (GB)
  • Range Rover Sport D300 Dynamic - W Khalid (GB)
  • Range Rover Sport P460e - G Guest (GB)
  • Range Rover Velar P400 Dynamic - G Frost (GB)
  • Renault Clio V6 Phase 2 - R McGee (GB)
  • Sterling Roamer XL - B Haselip (GB)
  • Subaru Impreza P1 - M Caño Gazquez (GB)
  • Tesla Model 3 Performance - C Hasouras (GR)
  • Tesla Model 3 Standard Range - D Houghton (GB)
  • Tesla Model Y Long Range - R Pearce (GB)
  • Tesla Model Y Performance - T Goodchild (HK)
  • Tesla Model Y + Disney Holiday + £15k - B Ade (GB)
  • Toyota GR Supra Pro - J Coulthurst (GB)
  • Toyota GR Yaris Circuit Pack - C Newman (GB)


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I won a £190k Lamborghini Urus S in a 90p lottery… but I turned it down & bought a Toyota instead for key reason

Oct 2023

Cory Thackstone received the birthday present of a lifetime just days after turning 22 when Christian Williams from the Best of the Best (BOTB) competition turned up with the luxury SUV.

Cory, from Market Harborough, Leicestershire, paid less than a pound per ticket to play an online spot-the-ball challenge run by BOTB and was overjoyed with his big win.

He told the Leicester Mercury: "This means everything to me. It’s going to completely change my life.

"As a family, we have had to work really, really hard for what we've got so to win this prize gives us some amazing security.

"I only turned 22 a couple of weeks ago so this is undoubtedly the best birthday present I have ever had."

However, Cory, who works as a maintenance engineer for a plastics company, actually made the decision to turn down the Lambo and claim a cash alternative instead.

This would allow him to buy his "dream car", a Toyota Supra Mark IV.

He explained: "The Lamborghini Urus S is an amazing car and I always wanted one that pops and bangs, but the one car that I have always wanted is the Toyota Supra Mark IV."

In a video on BOTB's YouTube channel, he also revealed that he has wanted the Japanese sports car since he was just 13.

He even has a tattoo on his forearm of the decal design sported on the side of the 1994 Supra driven by the beloved late actor Paul Walker in the first Fast & Furious film, released in 2001.

And Cory's win only got bigger as Christian also presented him, much to his shock, with a £50,000 cash prize and a year's supply of pizza.

The radio presenter and self-confessed petrolhead added: "A massive congratulations to Cory on winning this stunning prize, which is one of the biggest prize bundles in BOTB history.

"It’s not every day a 22-year-old wins a £190,000 Lamborghini.

"His parents told me as soon as he started the car and revved it, he would giggle like a little school boy and he didn’t disappoint me. That’s exactly what I do when I get in a car and rev it."

It comes after an influencer's new luxury car was wrecked just hours after she showed it off on social media.

Meanwhile, the owner of a microbrewery is locked in a battle with a major car company over their logo.

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