Rodrigo Terpins: Supporting the Rally Drivers

Rodrigo Terpins is the founder of a racing group called the Bull Sertoes Rally Team. He is responsible for overseeing the status of the team, and he is also the one who manages the competitions that they are trying to get into. The initial members of the team composed of his younger brother, Michel Terpins, and two other friends who are driving enthusiasts. For Rodrigo Terpins, managing the team is a rewarding experience, especially if they are taking home the victory. Rodrigo Terpins is also dedicating all of their winnings to his father who has raised him and his younger brother to become successful rally drivers. Rodrigo Terpins has also exerted all of his efforts for the upcoming 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally. He persuaded his younger brother, Michel Terpins, to represent the team in the race.

 

 

The 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally is known as the toughest competition in its history so far. The competition will be held in the highland regions of mid-western Brazil, known for their extreme terrain and challenging elements. Michel Terpins has to drive and train with Rodrigo Terpins to make sure that he will be able to survive the terrain at the Sertoes Rally. Aside from the challenging landscape, the racers would also have to endure a 2,600 kilometer-long route, and it is computed that they would have to traverse this route for days before they can consider themselves as finishers of the race. Check out odiario.com

 

 

 

Rodrigo Terpins believe that his brother will be able to conquer the route that was assigned to them. He wished him good luck and stated that no matter what happens, he would always stay by his side and he will be a proud brother to him. When the race began, Michel Terpins was given a T1 Prototype to drive, named T-Rex. He never had any problems with the vehicle, until they reached the dusty part of the route. It disabled his vehicle, and Michel Terpins had to wait for hours before he can finally move on. As a result, he ended up on the 4th place under the category of T1 Prototypes, and the 10th overall.