Car-nut Lennart Burzlaff likes to play for “proper driving cars”, including the likes of the Nissan GT-R and, last week, the new TVR Griffith. Christian surprised Lennart at work earlier today with news that he was Dream Car winner 399, landing not only the stunning Griffith worth £90,000, but also £20,000 in cash and fuel for a year – congratulations Lennart!
Dream Car Credit is won for doing well in Car Competitions.
100% of ticket value paid
15% of ticket value paid
10% of ticket value paid
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
All entrants are eligible to win Dream Car Competition 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 Dream Car Credit.
These were the most popular cars for this competition, in order of tickets bought.
BOTB drew my attention when they were given a shoutout by a sponsored youtube channel that I had subscribed to. I never thought much about gambling and lotteries but when I looked at how it works and what you can win I decided to give it a try. I didn't set my mind on a particular car, just played for whatever caught my attention, I didn't really believe that I would win anyway. You read or hear about people winning something all the time, but you don't really believe it could be you. You just hope. When i saw a UK number displayed on my phone (I don't live in the UK so it was obvious who it was from) I got so excited! Heart racing, adrenaline flowing, a feeling you don't get any day. I was at work and couldn't take a vid call for different reasons. So I rushed home on my bike to take the call, unable to grasp that it had actually happened. I think i won't fully understand it until i take a seat (and of course a drive) when the car is shipped (production hasn't yet begun).
I want to thank BOTB for all the long term work they are doing to make it possible for me to have such an exclusive car, thus making a dream come true!