The Sertoes Rally is one of the most awaited sports event in Brazil, and many people are watching the event because of the adrenalin rush that it provides to the spectators. The Sertoes Rally is currently in their 25th edition, with the first competition taking place in 1993. The 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally will be held in the mid-western states of Brazil, and the total distance of the route will be more than 3,000 kilometers. The course will also feature a lot of scenic views, and those who will be joining the event will experience a different thrill as they drive through the course.
Rodrigo Terpins will be battling against 200 rally drivers, and more than 100 vehicles will be involved in the race. Rodrigo Terpins is positive that he and his team will end up victorious, and he keeps on encouraging his team to do their best. He established the Bull Sertoes Rally Team after his debut in the competition, and he also invited his friends and his younger brother to become a part of the team. Michel Terpins, his younger brother who is also a rally driver, stated that his older brother would always tell them to work harder when it comes to rally driving. He delivers the best encouragement for them to win the race, and for this year’s edition of the Sertoes Rally, the Bull Sertoes Rally Team will be driving a T1 Prototype. You can visit their website rodrigoterpins.com
Rodrigo Terpins also wanted to express his gratitude towards his father, Jack Terpins, who was a former basketball player. He stated that his upbringing resulted in who he is today. He also believes that the involvement of his family in achieving his dreams is what caused him to strive harder. As Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins join the race, they are hoping that they could make their father proud by bringing home the bacon. Check out Vimeo to see more videos.
Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins are also involved in a series of philanthropic activities that will be helping the communities involved in the race. Some of the routes being created for the race passes through settlements owned by the locals, and the Terpins Brothers are extending their assistance to the people by giving them access to basic utilities.