Michel Terpins is a renowned Brazilian rally driver who has participated in prominent rally competitions across the world. Mr. Michel Terpins hails from Saulo Paulo and he has been in the industry for about 16 years. Born in 1979, Terpins grew up in a family that loved sports. His father was instrumental in shaping their careers. His father was a great basketball player and he later served in the Jewish Sports departments. Michel Terpins and Rodrigo Terpins, siblings, turned out to be prominent rally drivers worldwide.
The two brothers founded “Bull Sertoes Rally” to bring together rally drivers and allow them to parade their skills in various editions. Bull Sertoes Rally unites prominent rally drivers from all walks of life to come and showcase their skills in the competitions. A recent edition involved a 155 km stretch race. Michel Terpins and Justo led in the race for the first 62km. Afterward, their race car experienced mechanical problems making them not to complete the race.
Bull Sertoes Rally also organized 25th edition which involved a 3300km stretch through three states in Autodromo International de Goiania. Mr. Terpins and Justo participated in the race on board a 322 T-Rex of MEM Motorsport in the Prototype T1 category. The T-Rex is a powerful machine designed for power with a V8 engine. Michael Terpins and Justo emerged fourth in the race.
Over the last 16 years, Mr. Michel Terpins has earned recognitions and ranks in rally championships. He has won a lot of competitions including Rally Rota SC where he came first in the 2016 edition. Rally Rota SC 2017, Terpins emerged second leading to a fifth ranking overall. He emerged one of the best rally champions in prototypes T1 division.
The car Terpins was on board during the 24th edition of Bull Sertoes Rally caught the attention of many. The T-Rex machine can navigate through different types of terrains and rough roads. It derives its power from the many additional components it has. To add icing on the cake, it is an eco-friendly car with zero toxic emissions. The free seal in the car helps it to conceal carbon dioxide emissions which will be otherwise pollutant. The car gave Michel Terpins a competition edge in the Bull Sertoes Rally edition.