The rallying industry in Brazil is growing by the day. This is being pushed by the new excitement among rallying euthanasist around the country, and it has seen them promote the sport to greater heights. Others who have been very useful in the sport are the rally drivers who have gained a keen following among the millions of fans in the country.This trend has been a factor that has partly contributed to the increased support that Rodrigo Terpins enjoys today.
Coming from a sports family, Rodrigo Terpins was destined for greatness his father was a basketball player who had a respected career and would later move into business and sports management.In 1991 he was appointed the director of sports in Brazil by the president.His brother Michel Terpins is also a rally driver who is the current chairman of the Brazilian cross-country association and a former rider himself.Before he moved into rallying, he was part of the cross country championship, and by the time he crossed over, he was the reigning champion. Check out LinkedIn to see more.
Rodrigo Terpins is part of the Bull Sertões Rally team they founded together with his brother when he switched sports.His team has been taken part in numerous rally circuits and has been highly successful.He has piloted for the T-Rex, a special utility vehicle that was developed by MEM team.during the 22nd edition of the Sertões Rally they used the same car with the team number being # 326, during this edition he had which had Bianchini as his navigator.
The edition noted a few changes including a shorter route passing over two states and covering approximately two thousand six hundred kilometers overall. The duo despite the challenges was able to achieve position three while coming in as 8th overall.
This Rodrigo Terpins pointed out was a good result have observed that it was the first race they were coming together with his navigator.
He was however not able to attend the following edition this was due to personal and other professional commitments but was able to confirm that moving forward he would be participating in the next.
At 42 Rodrigo believes that his career as a rally driver is at its peak and moving forward, he can only get better.