Rodrigo Terpins hail from a family of sportsmen. His father previously served as the sporting president and was also a basketballer during the 60s and 70s. The dedication their father had in the sporting world drove Rodrigo and his brother mike into joining the rally sports. Rodrigo and his brother are currently part of the Bull Sertoes rally. The Sertoes rally has been attracting some of the most established rally drivers from across the world during their editions. Success at the Sertoes rally doesn’t come easy, and Rodrigo knows this. A lot of dedication determination and high-end equipment is needed alongside prowess.
Looking back at the 22nd edition of the Bull Sertoes rally, Rodrigo and his partner emerged 8th and performed better at the T1 prototype in which they managed to finish at the 3rd position. Rodrigo Terpins was happy about their performance during this rally and stated that the result they got isn’t what they had in mind. Bad luck, however, made his brother mike not complete the rally as his car overturned.
The 22nd edition of the rally runs through 2 different states and has seven stages, in addition to this, the rally covers 2600 kilometers of mostly rugged terrain. These facts aside, it is worth noting that the 22nd edition of the Sertoes rally was the biggest in the country in recent times and it attracted a wide range of accomplished rally drivers. There were tons of spectators and a host of sponsors who came together to witness the event. Check out Terra to see more.
Rodrigo Terpins and his brother Mike have participated in more than five Sertoes rally events. During these rallies, Rodrigo and his brother often drive the T-Rex which is a product of MEM Motorsport. Other than this rally event, Rodrigo is known to love competitions, and this is demonstrated by the various championships and rallies across the countryside he has been participating in. A perfect example of this is his involvement in the 2011 Mitsubishi cup championship. Mike and Rodrigo are happy with the achievements they have been able to make in the Brazilian rallying world and are particularly optimistic about the future of the rally sport in Brazil.