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GP Week : 06-May-2008
then came along. Glenn did a really good job and we worked together for over two years, but we felt that something was missing. It needs everything to click. There were no personal issues, it was just that something wasn’t there. “But we got some good results together and we still get along with each other, and he is still a top co-driver.” So what is special about Prevot, his current co-driver? “He suits my style,” Atkinson says. “He just chills out. He is someone you do not have to worry about! I am a pretty laid back sort of bloke. “Between rallies we probably never speak to each other, he just sends me an email telling me the next plans. I like people around me who just get on with their job and you just let them get on with it.” Some rallies have seemed to suit Atkinson better than others. He explains: I tell you, when we win that rally, then we will really party! I can’t wait for it to happen. ‘Atko’ is looking forward to winning on home soil Feeling home, away: Atkinson has always felt at home with the tricky conditions in Monaco, above, and it was in the Principality that he made his debut in 2005 with Glenn Macneall as a co-driver, below. 40