Rodrigo Terpins is a well known rally driver within the Brazilian sports world. Terpins came from a long line of athletes, his father a former basketball player and his brother a rally driver as well, competition ran deep within his blood. Today, Rodrigo Terpins races for the Tea Bull Sertoes team competing alongside his just as equally talented brother, Michel Terpins. The pair have been racing together aboard the T-Rex, which was custom designed specifically for them by the MEM Motorsports Association. The Terpins brothers recently raced in and completed the twenty second annual Sertoes Rally Championship. In this race, the pair raced across twenty six hundred kilometers, spanning across two different states, and going through seven unique obstacle courses. The courses were designed specifically to test the ability and agility, and mental and physical capacity of the racers. The team of brothers finished in third place overall out of thirty eight competitors in that latest, grueling rally race. This feat showed just how talented the pair of brothers are, and what they have worked so hard to accomplish. Rodrigo is such a staple to the Brazilian people because of his love for rally racing, and his competitive nature. For more details visit Crunchbase.
In a recent interview, Rodrigo Terpins was asked what he did in order to keep racing fresh, and his passion alive. He revealed that He has also taken an interest in T1 Prototype Racing, which he is able to dabble in on occasion. He said that this is one of the main reasons he is able to keep a passionate interest in rally racing still today. Terpins and his brother are talented and bring humble confident racing to the table, which is another reason Brazil raves over the duo. Though the Terpins brothers were unable to compete in the recent Cuesta Off-Road Championships, they vow to come back next year and bring with them, nothing short of a win. he is currently training, finding a balance of work and family life, and doing all he can to give love back to his Brazilian people.