For a man who attended the University of Sail Hilaire, where he studied business management, it might have been hard for others to see his rise to be one of the most prominent rally drivers in Brazil as a possibility. He is non-other than Rodrigo Terpins for those who think that the name Terpins sounds familiar this is true because it’s a family name. His father Jack Terpins is also a known former basketball player who played for Hebraica in the 60’s and 70’s. He was recognized as one of their best players at the time. He would later rise to other prominent positions in society apart from being a successful businessman and real estate developer. Rodrigo terpins is also the brother of another rally driver Michel Terpins, and between them, they have taken part in numerous competition and won various accolades for the same. Check out LinkedIn for more.
Before Rodrigo got into the rally, he was already a business leader having pursued a 16-year career at Lojas Marisa, where he rose to the position of president. This had already made him a respected leader by itself. He would, however, make an even bigger breakthrough when together with Michel they started the Bull Sertoes Rally team. The team has been known as one of the best and most competitive in the Sertoes rally circuit. The team is represented by the #322 and the #326 in the Sertoes rally with Rodrigo piloting the #326. The #326 is a T-Rex that is developed by the MEM Motorsport corporation. This are developers of some of the best two-wheel T1 prototype category cars and to be in a position to partner with them it gave Rodrigo Terpins an opportunity to give his best in the rally scene since the car is not only powerful but reliable. Today Rodrigo terpins is always making headlines with every new participation in the Sertoes rally as his presence is sure source of anticipation for increased competition. Rodrigo has also been very vocal on environmental conservation taking on the carbon-free sticker by the green initiative as one way of ensuring that the damage or carbon produced during rally events is compensated for by planting trees.