(PRWEB) May 31, 2007
BestoftheBest.co.uk, the specialist Supercar competition organizers is offering the chance to win a Bentley GTC. This $240,000 luxury car is owned by many celebrities including Paris Hilton.
Their most recent winner is 28 year old Eric Ullstrand: Until recently the only car Erik Ullstrand had driven was his mother's Ford Fiesta. Now he is cruising around in a $240,000 Lamborghini Gallardo.
"Following the success of our Supercar Competition over the last 6 years, we foresee many more players playing in groups" says director and founder William Hindmarch. "Indeed some people play as a syndicate to win our cars or bikes and soon much more".
The Bentley GTC has to be the most sophisticated and sexy soft top ever. Just imagine the sun on your face and the wind through your hair all summer long. Her performance figures are second to none, with a top speed just shy of 200mph, 552bhp and a 0-60 time akin to most track cars, she ticks every box there is. Its twin-turbo 5998cc V12 is simply remarkable, churning out 479lb ft at just 1600rpm and 552bhp at its 6100rpm top end, her six-speed tiptronic paddle-shift gearbox the perfect compliment. The large steering wheel might not be very sporty to grip, but you can indulge in the knowledge that it took eight man-hours to manufacture.
Best of the Best plc has been trading for over 6 years and have given away over £7 Million - $14 Million of cars to over 150 winners.
We are a listed company on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
We are also part owned by the British Airports Authority (BAA) who operate most of the major UK airports where you can also see, play and win those Ferrari and Lamborghinis... In total (head office and airport sites) we currently employ approximately 90 staff.
How to enter?
It's a bit like "spot the ball." The player is shown a photograph that has had the ball removed from it. He must use his skill and judgment to decide where he thinks the centre of the ball would logically have been. At the end of the competition the same picture is shown to a professional sporting judge in the presence of a lawyer and he marks (in exactly the same way) where in his professional opinion he thinks the centre of the ball ought to have been.
The winner is the person who is closest to the judge's position.
For further information please contact:
Jean Parodi, CMO Bestofthebest PLC M:+447855813172
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