A renowned and popular Brazilian rally car driver, Rodrigo Terpins is a rider and also a member of the reputational Bull Sertoes rally team. His brother, Michel Terpins is also in the same team along with Rodrigo. Both brothers are used to participating and competing in the professional circuit racing. One of the toughest and challenging circuits in all of Brazilian rally racing is the Sertoes Rally. The various types of terrains are featured in this rally; all are difficult to perform in their own way. In this rally, the two-person team must have to complete the circuit in the best possible time. This complex sport does not only demands calmness under pressure and skills but also requires teamwork. It requires sustaining consistent chemistry and that kind of chemistry which allows a team to work very well together.
The first leg of the challenging race in about 2 hours was managed to finish by Terpins along with his partner. It was guaranteed as a top ten finish at least. It was a far greater victory than it had been expected as there were questions asked about the rally car’s suspension configuration which that pair was driving. From out of 40 pairs of drivers the team managed to finish at the 8th place after managing to dodge the 2,500-km of varied terrain. It was a seven-stage race which was faced with skills and calmness of this team. This team managed to get to the 3rd place in the T1 prototype class category.
In sports, Terpins has a family history. As discussed earlier, his brother is a rally car race driver. And their father, Jack Terpins, known as a highly successful entrepreneur and a businessman, was also once a popular Brazilian Basketball player. He still plays a vital role in the sport.
Rodrigo Terpins exhibits a natural ability in sports and also a physical activity from his very young age. As the larger part of his childhood was spent playing sports, it played a vital role in preparing him for his career. It eventually made him a great player of complex and challenging Brazilian rally circuit in his career.