Rural Canadian Wins Koenigsegg CCX, Has No Road To Drive It On Louie Edgi, a cancer patient currently residing in the horribly frigid area of Norman Wells, Canada , has won the Cash and Cars Lottery, which supports the Alberta Cancer Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society. The prize? A Koenigsegg CCX . The catch? Norman Wells is a remote town up in God's Country with only one 12-kilometer dirt road. And it gets worse. No highways lead to Norman Wells, meaning the car would need to be flown in or driven up a winter ice road. Edgi opted for the cash while belting out possibly the most un-Jalopnik statement in the history of the world by saying, "The car is a Swedish make; it'll do 400 kilometres an hour. I don't see anybody would need that..." [CBCNews ]