Brazilian Rally Driving Competitor Rodrigo Terpins

Being part of a family that has a great interest in the world of sports, Rodrigo Terpins developed a passion for the sport of race car driving at a young age. His love for cars and speed racing eventually led him to compete in rally driving contests, such as Brazil’s Sertoes Rally, which is one of that country’s biggest off-road driving competitions that’s held every year. This event attracts many drivers and fans, and has 7 challenging stages that involves maneuvering across very rough terrain.

Rodrigo Terpins is on the driving team known as the Bull Sertoes Team, which is a group of rally drivers that includes his brother Michel and 2 other members. Due to the Terpins brothers expert racing skills, this team has won a number of awards in the competition, one of them being the 2nd stage of the 24th edition of the event. This stage was described as being one of the most challenging and exhausting stages in the contest, but because of the team’s hard work and perseverance, they pulled through to get the win.

Aside from being a rally driver, Terpins is also a business executive who is the Senior Director of a company called T5 Participacoes, where he has been employed since 2008, and he was once the CEO of a women’s clothing store called Lojas Marisa. He attended Saint Hilaire College to get his training in business management, and he feels that his success in the corporate world, as well as in the world of competitive racing is due to having discipline, patience and skill.

So far, Rodrigo Terpins has completed 5 Sertoes Rally contests, and he and his team have managed to continue to finish with a high ranking position in the event. The Bull Sertoes team races with a vehicle they named T-Rex, due to the fact that its added V8 engine makes it a powerful machine that allows them to drive over the rough, mountainous roads that are a part of the competition. Rodrigo’s team is thought of by fans and other spectators as being one of the finest ones in the yearly racing event.