A minute with Stephane Prevot
His thoughts on the APRC and recently concluded Rally Hokkaido:
“For sure it’s not a great start of the season but we’ll stay positive and we really enjoy it because the car is really good fun to drive. The car was working perfectly with the exception of the engine that resulted from yesterday which may have damaged it. It looks a tad challenging for the championships as we don’t have as much points after the two rallies as compared to others but we’re positive because we enjoy driving this car and working with the team. All the mechanics and people involved did a great job, and they managed to fix the car when it was in a bad condition and made it on time which is a great thing.
The next rally will probably be on the best rally roads in the world. New Zealand is always a rally that everyone likes; even with world championship drivers so we’re looking forward to Rally New Zealand. We’ll be driving in Belgium a week before New Zealand. I’m from Belgium, so I’m really proud to drive there with Chris in front of all the Belgian people and it’s also Chris’ first time driving there. We are really looking forward to New Zealand; we’re positive that have a good chance to win, we’ll have a lot of fun driving there and as I said earlier, the roads are the best in the world!”
Posted on May 24, 2010, in General, Hokkaido Rally, Proton R3 Malaysia Rally Team, Rally New Zealand, Stephane Prevot and tagged Alister McRae, Bill Hayes, Chris Atkinson, malaysia, Proton, proton malaysia, proton malaysia rally team, Proton Motorsports, Proton R3 Malaysia Rally Team, Proton R3 Rally Team, proton satria neo, Proton Satria Neo Super 2000, protonmsports, satria, Satria Neo, satria neo s2000, satria neo super 2000, Stephane Prevot. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.