Rodrigo Terpins: Preparations for the 25th Sertoes Rally Event

Rodrigo Terpins is a well-known Brazilian rally driver who founded the group called the Bull Sertoes Rally Team. The group is a staple to the annual Sertoes Rally, and for 2018, he announced that his younger brother, Michel Terpins, will be the group’s official representative for the event. Michel Terpins stated that he is excited to join the competition, claiming that he and his brother had undergone severe training to win the competition.

 

 

The Sertoes Rally is one of the most awaited competitions in the country. Hundreds of drivers around the world are invited each year to perform. This year, the organizers have sent thousands of invitations to racers around the world, and more than 200 responded to the invitation and headed straight to Brazil. There are also reports stating that more than 100 vehicles will be seen during the competition, with some going under excessive modifications to withstand the extreme conditions experienced during the race. You can visit 1000variedade.com

 

 

 

The organizers of the event have chosen the states located in the mid-west section of Brazil to serve as the area where the competition will be held. The length of the route is more than 2,000 kilometers, and the organizers have put it in strategic locations to increase the difficulty of the race. To prepare for the 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally, Rodrigo Terpins worked with some of his friends who are knowledgeable when it comes to cars and driving. He asked his friends to create a vehicle that will be able to traverse the unforgiving terrain of the country’s mid-western section, and what they created is a masterpiece.

 

 

The T-Rex, which is a T1 Prototype, is what Rodrigo Terpins will use for the event. The vehicle was installed with a V8 power engine, which would enhance the vehicle’s power and it will make it possible to move across terrains. Rodrigo Terpins could no longer hide his excitement, especially now that the vehicle was equipped with a reliable engine that could potentially finish the race in the shortest time possible. In the end, Michel Terpins ended up in the 4th place, and his brother said that he is still proud of him no matter what the result was.