Do you want to win a supercar in a competition? ~ Prize draws and competitions

Thursday, 15 May 2008

Do you want to win a supercar in a competition?

Who doesn't want to win a Ferrari, Win a Lamborghini or win any other super car?

Fortunately their are a few super car competitions online in the UK that will help you win a dream sports car. The good thing and it is good, is that these online luxury supercar competitions are based on Spot the Ball. The promoters of the super car competitions charge for the entry fee to the Spot the Ball competitions so that means that the odds of winning are far greater then all the other free prize draws. It also means that your personal information will remain private.

So we all dream of driving a 500 horse power Italian super car like a Ferrari, Maserati or Lamborghini. We used to have these dream motors on our wall and dreamt of driving these luxury power cars. So winning a super car in a spot the ball super car competition seems like a good idea.

Super car competitions a sign of a mid life crisis?

Sure winning a new BMW or winning a new Porsche or other sports cars are every man's dream, But the people that enter Super car competitions could be an indication of a mid life crisis. All you need to do is look at the list of winners on BestoftheBest, the guys that run supercar competition out of the main UK airports like Gatwick and Heathrow airports.

Perhaps the success and list of winners of these competitions for these luxury car prizes also indicates that for younger crowds having a Ferrari parked on the drive way is not the best solution. Sure driving one for a week or two is appealing but owning your own Lamborghini sport car even if you won it for a few pounds still means that you will constantly worry when it is parked, how will you pay for all the petrol, the insurance, the protection of that luxury super car?

Perhaps we just want a dream car we can keep, winning a dream sports car that we can have without breaking the bank would be a start and getting some of the money to pay off debt seems to make a bit more sense.