FirstCar is the multi-award winning, market-leading publisher for new drivers. We’ve teamed up ingenie the young driver insurance brand, to offer the chance to win a brilliant new Vauxhall Corsa 1.4i 75PS ecoFLEX Energy 3dr worth £13,265!  

>> To enter the competition, please click here and you'll be taken to the entry page.It only takes a few seconds to complete and you could win a brand new Vauxhall Corsa 1.4i 75PS ecoFLEX Energy 3dr, courtesy of ingenie. Features include:

  • 16” alloy wheels
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Touch-screen infotainment system
  • Electrically heated front seats
  • Digital radio with six speakers
  • Worth £13,425

For terms and conditions, please click here.

In partnership with

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ingenie is a black box insurance company that is dedicated to making new drivers safer. They are this year's sponsor of the FirstCar win a car competition. You can find out more about Ingenie by visiting their website here.


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WIN A CBT COURSE

We have teamed up with Honda to give four lucky winners a free Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course.


AND OUR LATEST CAR WINNER IS...

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The lucky winner of the recent FirstCar ‘win a car’ competition was 17-year-old Katie Lewis from Hillingdon, near Heathrow. Out of the 61,717 entrants who entered the competition over the past year, she was the randomly selected winner. Katie was handed the keys to her brand new Corsa on Friday, 18th August by Laura-Jane Pohlmann, Head of Marketing at our competition sponsor, ingenie.

Katie has yet to pass her test but has been having lessons since March. Katie said “I am shocked and overwhelmed to have won the car. I love the colour and all the technology and I can’t wait to drive it.” 

A special thanks to our kind sponsors ingenie, the young driver insurance specialist, who as an added bonus also included an annual insurance policy, letting her drive the Vauxhall Corsa 1.4i 75PS ecoFLEX Energy 3dr, worth £13,425, away with her mum.

ingenie’s Laura, who helped make Katie’s driving dreams come true, said: “As someone who drove a battered Peugeot 206 for the first five years, it’s lovely to help one young driver into a car that’s got all the latest tech and safety features. We’re really excited to welcome Katie to the ingenie community.”


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Our 2015/16 winner - Honor Bryce-Morris from Cheltenham

A 17 year-old student and learner driver from Cheltenham has won her dream car - a brand new Ford Fiesta - thanks to a competition run in young driver’s magazine First Car by Marmalade, leading provider of cars and telematics-based insurance for young drivers.

Honor Bryce-Morris was randomly selected from over 96,000 competition entries. She couldn’t believe her luck when she was called and told she had been picked after having entered the competition earlier in the year.

She said: “When I received the phone call from First Car I thought they were joking. I couldn’t believe that I was the winner – I just kept screaming and crying. Once I pass my test, having this car will change my life! I can’t wait to pick my friends up and pay them back the lifts I owe them – I would never have been able to get a car if it wasn’t for this.”

Lara, Honor’s mum, said: “The whole family is in disbelief at winning this car, we’re so grateful. Honor is a keen horse-rider and has to look after her horse twice a day. Having her own car once she gets her licence will make all our lives easier, giving her the independence she wants and needs, and letting Mum’s taxi service have a welcome break!

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AND Our 2014/15 winner, brandon

Some photos of the lucky winner of the Corsa from 2015. Brandon went on to pass his test in the car!

“Honor also pays for the horse and would never have been able to afford a car if it wasn’t for this competition.’’

Crispin Moger, CEO of Marmalade, says: “Marmalade is proud to be the champion of young drivers, making sure our customers can be safe whilst enjoying the freedom and fun of driving. It was a real pleasure to meet Honor and find out how much the prize means to her. I know it’s more than the motivation she needs to get her licence. Good luck Honor!”