Rodrigo Terpins: Racing at the 25th Sertoes Rally

Rodrigo Terpins is the son of former basketball player Jack Terpins. He was born and raised in a family who loves sports, and because of the kind of environment he was raised in, Rodrigo Terpins easily fell in love with rally driving. As a child, his father has trained him how to drive. His younger brother, Michel Terpins, was also inspired to become a rally driver, and together, they were encouraged and trained by their father. Jack Terpins will always take them with him driving along the scenic roads of Brazil, telling them that they will become successful rally drivers in the future.

Holding on to the belief that he will become successful someday, Rodrigo Terpins never stopped training to become one of the most well-known rally drivers in the country. Rodrigo Terpins formed the Bull Sertoes Rally Team when he debuted on the popular competition, and invited his friends to join his team. His brother joined the team in 2012, after he debuted from the competition. Rodrigo Terpins is driving a T1 Prototype that was created by his friends. For the 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally that will be held this year. Rodrigo Terpins have contacted some of his closest friends and his brother to throw their support for the team. They had to undergo training that would allow them to get through the challenging route of the competition.

According to Medium, there are more than 200 racers who would battle against each other on the 25th edition of the Sertoes rally. Around 100 vehicles will also be seen on the day of the competition. Rodrigo Terpins believe that they will be able to finish the 3,000 kilometer route located in mid-western Brazil, and he knows that their team work would develop great results.

When the day of the competition came, Rodrigo Terpins and his team worked hard to finish the race. In the end, they came in at the 4th place for those who are using a T1 Prototype, and ranked 10th for the overall race. Terpins stated that he is not disappointed with the results of the competition, and thanked his family and his friends for the support that they have shown during the competition. You can follow their Twitter page.

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