Are you are motor rally enthusiast? Motor rally sports is one of the most famous sports globally. Apart from exploring the harsh terrains, fans and rally divers equally love the sport because of the adrenaline it sends down their spines. To make these sports worth the time, different countries have a series of competitions that involve a number of riders outdoing each other. In Brazil, the Sertões Rally is one of the most famous rallies in the country. Individuals such as Rodrigo Terprins and his brother have been able to establish themselves as seasoned racers out of this competition.
Rodrigo Terpins, 44 years, a Sao Paulo native, comes from a racing family. His love and passion for speed and off track racing led him and his brother Mechel Terpins, 40 years, to establish the Bull Sertões Rally Team. Though Mr. Mechel made his debut in the competition by sailing his brother is 2002 he has been able to rise the ranks to become a great pilot like his brother. Currently, both the Terpins have raced at four seasons on T-Rex that is developed by MEM Motorsport and have completed both the Sertões Rally and the Brazilian Cross Country Rally Championship. For more details visit Economia.
Mr. Rodrigo Terpins who participates in the T1 prototype category has had a lot of success in his career. One of the successful career moments of Mr. Rodrigo worth mentioning is when he came position 6 in the Sertões Rally in the Prototypes category and 13th position overall. According to Rodrigo Terpins and Fabricio Bianchini, this success is worth writing home about owing to the condition of the competition. Despite the tough stages and terrains, Mr. Rodrigo notes that he was very impressed with the beautiful landscape of the Minas region. The five days event helped evaluate Mr. Rodrigo and Fabricio into the number three position with an accumulated time of 16:15m58s. Check out comunique-se for more.
The Bull Sertões Rally Team is fully sponsored by Xarla, MEM team support, and 100% Events. This sponsorship is crucial and helps the riders concentrate on the sport rather than management.