Rodrigo Terpins has been in the field of off-road driving for decades. Originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, Rodrigo Terpins is at the age of 44 and still going avidly into races after all these years of piloting. He is on the team of the Bull Sertos rally team where he races in conjunction with his younger brother Michel Terpins.
The sporty nature and the passion for strong experience is something the Terpins brothers inherited from their father. Jack Terpins played basketball in the 60s and the 70s for the team of Hebraica. Ater that, Jack Terpins started working in young athletes welfare. In 1991, Jack Terpins became a sports director.
Rodrigo Terpins has been in a number of competitions over the course of his careers such as the Mitsubishi Cup and the Brazilian Cross Country Rally Championship. Most commonly, Rodrigo terpins is racing the category of Prototype T1.
One of the latest races for Rodrigo terpins was in a T-Rex car numbered 326 and developed by MM. Rodrigo terpins had as a navigator Fabricio Bianchini who has had decades of experience in his line of work. Rodrigo Terpins completed the competition of the 22nd edition of the Bull Sertoes Rally in the top five fastest drivers. The race had seven stages which encompassed 2 600 km and went through two states.
Rodrigo Terpins completed the race in two hours and took the third place. His ranking among the 38 competitors was number 8. Seeing that Terpins participated with his brother. the team finished on the 10th position among the other teams.
The Bull Sertoes Rally Team started up in 2016. Both drivers pilot T-Rex cars developed by the MEM Motorsport. The engines are V8, using ethanol. The team is strongly sponsored by businesses such as the Terpins & Cintra Advogados, Ohlins, Motul, Xarla, and the 100% Eventors.
Other than rally driving, Rodrigo Terpins is involved in philanthropy. He has been in several races on behalf of charities, including in 2016. He later led the charity fundraising dinner of the Saude Alegria Sertoes, raising funds to supply communities with medicine an later in the areas where the rally was held. It was a way to give back to the area and its people for their hospitality.