Rodrigo Terpins has become a very familiar name in Brazilian sports. He has a reputation for loving the rush of adrenalin brought on by rally competitions and is an extremely high achiever. He has been a competitor in numerous rallies all over Brazil. His competition in the Sertoes Rally brought him fame. Rodrigo Terpins family is filled with people who have an aptitude for sports. Jack Terpins is his father. He once played basketball in addition to serving the Maccabi Latin America Confederation and the Latin American Jewish Council as President. Michael Terpins is a successful rally driver in addition to being his brother. These brothers are the Tea Bull Sertoes Rally Team. They have competed in five rally events driving the MEM Motorsport T-Rex.
Rodrigo Terpins participated in the Sertoes Rally as always. His partner in the Sertoes Rally’s 22nd edition was Fabricio Manchiana. The event covered two states, 2600 kilometers and numerous stages. They raced in T1 prototypes and were third in their category. There were 38 teams participating in the event and they were in the 8th position overall. This was called Brazil’s biggest off road event and drew the attention of rally drivers, sponsors and enthusiastic fans. When Rodrigo Terpins discussed the race he stated he wanted to adapt to the terrain and the vehicle along with his partner. His vigilance resulted in better results than were expected by the team. Check out Terra for more.
Rodrigo Terpins received his education at the University of Sail Hilaire. This was where he learned the skills for business management. These skills were very important during the sixteen years he spent at Lojas Marisa. He eventually became the President before deciding it was time to leave in 2007. He started his own business in 2008 called T5 Participacoes. He still has an executive seat but has decided his career is in rallies. His company has been in the lead of the organization of some of Brazil’s best racing events. Rodrigo Terpins generally gives the credit for all his achievements to his brother Michael. They are both extremely positive regarding the future of Brazil’s rally sport. For more details check out hackronym.com