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Dream Car competition winner & results Reece Dunn - Audi RS5 Sportback Vorsprung (£91,895) + £50,000 11 - 17 Dec (Week 50) 2023


Dun, Dun, Dunn! Paralympic Champion Wins Audi RS5 Plus £50,000

Paralympic gold medallist Reece Dunn from Plymouth has scooped an Audi RS5 worth £91,895 plus £50,000 tax-free cash.

“You’re joking,” the professional swimmer gasped. “I can’t believe that. It’s mental. I’ve never seen that much money – I’ve never been in a car this nice!”

Well done, Reece – now you’re a BOTB champion too!


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 Amiri (GB) Ferrari 458 Italia/Spider
    • A Haggart (GB) Land Rover Defender + £20k
    • B Fox (GB) Ford Focus RS Mk1
    • B Barnett (GB) Knaus SUN I + £30k
    • D Stalley (GB) Sterling Roamer XL + £20k
    • D Pomfret (GB) BMW i4 M50 + £20k
    • E Williams (GB) Hymer ML-T CrossOver
    • F Al-Hajj (GB) Cash Prize £300,000
    • F Fanara Numann (IT) BMW M2 + £50k
    • I Fleming (GB) Aston Martin Vantage + £50k
    • K Wright (GB) Volvo XC90 T8 + £20k
    • L Curtis (GB) BMW M4 + £20k
    • O Zaenko (GB) Cash Prize £220,000
    • P Burgazzi (IT) Cash Prize £220,000
    • R Allan (GB) Audi SQ7 TFSi
    • S McRae (GB) Land Rover Defender + £40k
    • S Durrant (GB) Cash Prize £120,000
    • S Craigie (GB) Range Rover Sport + £50k
    • S Ahmad (GB) Knaus SUN I 900LX + £20k
    • Z Rajzl (GB) Cash Prize £150,000


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

  • Audi ABT RS7-R - A Hussain (GB)
  • Audi ABT S3 Sportback - D Lapham (GB)
  • Audi e-tron GT - H Meeran (GB)
  • Audi Q3 45 TFSi Quattro - K Suddes (GB)
  • Audi Q4-e-tron 40 - S Flint (GB)
  • Audi Q8 e-tron Sportback - N Stevenson (GB)
  • Audi R8 V10 - A Nikolis (GR)
  • Audi RS3 Saloon - C Brown (GB)
  • Audi RS3 Sportback - S Darvish (GB)
  • Audi RS4 Avant - A Maher (GB)
  • Audi RS5 Sportback - M Davenport (GB)
  • Audi RS6 Avant - D Chambers (GB)
  • Audi RS7 - A Hussain (GB)
  • Audi RSQ3 Sportback - J Denton (GB)
  • Audi RSQ8 - N Cromwell (GB)
  • Audi S3 Sportback - G Walsh (GB)
  • Audi SQ7 TFSi - R Allan (GB)
  • Auto Trail Grande Frontier - D Sear (GB)
  • Bentley Bentayga - M Leigh (GB)


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Plymouth man wins £140k dream Audi car and huge cash prize

Jan 2024

Three-time Paralympic gold medallist swimmer Reece Dunn has once again tasted success after winning his dream car and cash prize worth more than £140,000. Reece, who lives in Plymouth, won an Audi RS5 Sportback Vorsprung worth £91,895, plus £50,000 in cash, courtesy of online competition firm BOTB.

The 28-year-old, who was diagnosed with autism as a teenager, received a visit from BOTB presenter Christian Williams, who surprised him with the news he was a Dream Car Competition winner. “I was very excited when I found out. I had a lot of adrenaline and the news has just about sunk in,” Reece said.
Having swam competitively from a young age, he also briefly tried his hand at the aquatic discipline of diving in his formative years before concentrating solely on swimming. He joined the British Para-Swimming setup in 2019 and soon achieved four world records.
Making his Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020, Reece became the most decorated Paralympics GB athlete of the Games as he stormed the pool to leave with three golds, a silver and a bronze medal haul. This was a feat made even more impressive after suffering from Covid-19 only 12 weeks prior to the Games. He also received an MBE for his services to swimming in the 2022 New Year Honours List.

“Winning this car and cash prize feels like a once-in-a-lifetime achievement and very different to winning a medal,” he said. “This feels like a proper sports car and I would have to say it is probably my dream car. I would never have been able to buy one like this myself.”
Reece, who is currently retired from professional swimming and works as a floor layer, said he was considering taking the cash alternative. “Although I love the car, taking the cash is probably the smartest option. I am self-employed and things have been tough financially,” he added.

Christian said: “Reece is no stranger to winning things, but to see his reaction when I told him he had won this stunning prize was amazing. It is a lovely car and I am sure the money will come in handy as well.”
BOTB hands over the keys to a dream car each week, as well as a lifestyle prize. Winners have bagged Rolex watches, holidays and motorbikes in recent months.

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After being within a few pixels of winning only a handful of times, I finally got my visit from Christian! A week before Christmas, Christian visited me at work and was an absolute delight to deal with throughout the morning of the surprise. Everyone else at BOTB was polite and very friendly to deal with, too.