The name Rodrigo Terpins is iconic in the Brazilian sports fraternity. He is known as an achiever and a fan of rally races. Mr. Terpins has competed in several rally races across Brazil, and he is well-known for his participation in the Sertoes Rally. Mr. Rodrigo Terpins’ family loved sports and was inspired by his father, Jack Terpins, who is a former president of Maccabi Latin America Confederation and Latin American Jewish as well as a former basketball player. In fact, Rodrigo’s brother, Michel Terpins, is a decorated rally driver as well, and they race together for the Tea Bull Sertoes Rally Team. The Terpins brothers have participated in some of the most prestigious rallies in Brazil using both MEM Motorsports and T-Rex. You can visit Ideamensch for more.
Rodrigo Terpins took part in the just concluded Sertoes Rally alongside his co-pilot, Fabricio Manchiana. The 22nd Sertoes Rally edition stretched over two states and covered a distance of approximately 26,000 kilometers. Rodrigo Terpins was racing aboard T-Rex and finished 8th in the overall competition and third in the prototype T1 category. In fact, this event was dubbed the most prestigious in Brazil and drew the attention of enthusiastic fans, rally drivers, and sponsors from all over the world. After the race, Rodrigo Terpins said that he and his co-driver were focused on staying vigilant and adapting to the terrain and their vehicle. Mr. Rodrigo even admitted the results were beyond their expectations.
Rodrigo Terpins went to the University of Sail Hilaire where his sheer hard work and determination earned him vast skills in business management. Rodrigo Terpins leveraged these skills to rise to the position of President while working at Lojas Marisa. In 2008, Rodrigo Terpins decided to form T5 Participacoes, a company that specializes in organizing racing events in Brazil. Even as an executive at T5 Participacoes, Mr. Rodrigo’s heart lies on rallies. Rodrigo Terpins attributes his success as a rally driver to the support of his brother, Michael Terpins. The Terpins brothers are positive about the future of rally sport in Brazil and believe it will once grow to become the top sport in the world.