£76m Lotto winner buys SIX supercars (and a £20k Nissan for his wife)
4th March 2019

Speedy spending! Builder who scooped £76m Lottery jackpot just four months ago has blown £660,000 on fleet of SIX supercars including £128,000 McLaren

  • Andrew Clark and his partner Trish Fairhurst, scooped £76million on the lottery
  • He has spent £660,000 on six supercars including a Porsche 911 Turbo
  • But Trish will still drive her £20,000 Nissan Qashqai, which she bought after win

A builder who won £76million on the lottery in November has already bought six supercars.

Andrew Clark and his partner Trish Fairhurst, from Boston in Lincolnshire, scooped the 12th-biggest lottery win ever in the UK after buying the ticket in his local Post Office.

Andrew Clark and his partner Trish Fairhurst, from Boston in Lincolnshire scooped the 12th biggest lottery win ever in the UK after buying the ticket in his local Post Office

He has spent £660,000 of his winnings buying a £121,000 Porsche 911 Turbo and a £128,055 McLaren. Stock image

Andy also treated himself to a £70,000 Mercedes C63S

But Trish will continue to drive her £20,000 Nissan Qashqai, which she bought after their EuroMillions win in November last year.

Ex-F1 engineer Andy, 51, told The Sun,  his winning ticket was unchecked in his work van for six weeks.  

But Trish will continue to drive her £20,000 Nissan Qashqai which she bough after their EuroMillions win in November last year. Pictured a new car parked outside the couple’s home after the win

A neighbour said: ‘He’s always said he was a car nut. It shows how down-to-earth Trish is that she’s stuck with the Nissan rather than anything flash.’

The couple’s new £700,000 home in Boston, Lincs, includes an indoor pool and gym.

Referring to himself as ‘the man who nearly lost £76 million’, Mr Clark revealed he stockpiled lottery tickets in the visor of his van and only checked the after Trisha nagged him 

Mr Clark bought a four-bed house, an £80,000 Mercedes-Benz AMG C 63 soon after his win. 

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