Size doesn't matter to Tony Gormley - at least not when it comes to his family's latest addition. He has just won the second of three 2.5-metre-long smart cars being given away in the South China Morning Post's 'read smart, win smart' contest. 'I've had small cars before. I like them and am used to them,' he said. Mr Gormley's son, Adam, is already a car enthusiast at the tender age of three. 'We don't quite know why but he's always been mad on cars. I think it's because he likes things that move,' said Mr Gormley. 'He has bags of them - it's his favourite toy. And he just got another one today.' When he found out about the new car, Adam asked: 'Does it have a remote?' Mr Gormley said: 'We've never won anything before, except for $200 in Mark Six once. I'm very happy. I was very surprised - you just don't expect to win these things.' His wife, Dana, said that they first crossed paths with the smart car in a Tsim Sha Tsui showroom in February and liked the look of the vehicle. So when the Post's competition came along, she didn't think twice about entering. She called her husband last Saturday morning to remind him to post the entry form - something he had completely forgotten about. Three days later, Mr Gormley received a call from the Post telling him that he had won. A civil engineer, Mr Gormley came to Hong Kong from Manchester more than 20 years ago, keen to embrace new opportunities. Hong Kong is his home now, he said. 'I have a property here, and now I also have a car.' For your last chance to win, read the South China Morning Post tomorrow.