A BUILDER who won £76million on the lottery has bought six supercars worth £660,000.
Models outside Andy Clark’s house include a £121,000 Porsche 911 Turbo and a £128,055 McLaren.
But partner Trish Fairhurst is sticking to a £20,000 Nissan Qashqai, bought after his November EuroMillions win.
Ex-F1 engineer Andy, 51, has told how the lucky ticket lay unchecked under his work van’s sun visor for six weeks.
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 a triple garage. It also has an indoor pool and gym, and is set in two acres.
The lucky Peugeot van is at his previous home nearby, which he is said to still own.
Andy’s son Jamie, 30, also appears to have benefited.
HIS FAB FLEET
ANDY’S other motors include a £183,984 Ferrari.
He’s also bought a 2017 Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupé, priced from £70,190.
A Range Rover Velar and an unidentified supercar complete the line-up.
But Andy can still turn to his lucky white Peugeot van.
MOST READ IN UK NEWS
A new Range Rover and BMW were spotted at his Northants home.
Andy’s ex-wife Tracey Rawlins, 49, said she was glad their two sons were being looked after.
The 2017 Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Coupé is priced from £70,190[/caption]
Trish Fairhurst, Andrew’s partner, still drives a £20,000 Nissan Qashqai[/caption]
A red Ferrari worth £183,984 is another sports car in Andrew’s fleet[/caption]
As self-employed builder Andrew could not be without a £6,000 white van[/caption]
- GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org