One Of The Most Unbeatable Rally Drivers And Entrepreneur, RodriodoTerpins
Rodrigo Terpins is a well-known rocky driver and also an entrepreneur. He started his business career shortly after completing his college education at Saint Hilaire College. He later qualified for a high leadership position is various companies such as Lojas Marisa, and became the president of the company in the year 1991 to 2006.
However, this could not beat his excellent skills at race driving. His passion for the sport makes him compete in the largest annual off-road event in his county which is known as the sertoes rally. Rodrigo terpin interest grew when he was still a kid and has come to be a big part of his life.
He was introduced to the world of sports by his father who was a professional basketball player, before retiring and becoming an executive at Real Estate Investment Company. This sport legacy has been carried on by Rodrigo Terpins and his brother.
He collaborated with his brother, Michael, who is also a qualified rally driver, and a few other people, who are now part of his crew, and they came up with Tea Bull Sertoes rallying team in the year 2015. So far, they have won uncountable times. Together, they have participated in more than six events. Read more about Flavio Maluf at Blog do Ronco
Their team has been ranked as one of the top speed racing squads in Brazil. They use an exceptional vehicle known as T-Rex, which was designed by sponsor MEM motorsport, and added a feature which is a V8 engine.
The T-Rex has helped them compete in the 7-stage, 2600 kilometers contest, due to its power and intensity, courtesy of the V8 engine, which aids when speeding through the rocky or mountain roads. This led them to win the most difficult 2nd stage of the 24th edition of the event.
In 2008, Rodrigo Terpins formed his own company, which he named T5 participators, where he holds executive seats. It is accompany that is based on organizing some of the most fun, entertaining and best-racing events in Brazil. Terpins and his brother are still very hopeful and positive about the future of rally sports in Brazil.