Rally driving is one sport that has a huge following all over the world. The excitement of fast driving is something that, many people love to watch. In Brazil, rally driving is one of the most followed sports after football. Rally driving manifests skills in controlling vehicles at a very high speed. In Brazil, there is a family that has been taking the rally driving competitions in Brazil to a whole different level. Michel Terpins together with his brother Rodrigo Terpins has been in the rally driving competitions for more than a decade now. They train closely with a team of other rally drivers in a team that they call Bull Sertoes Rally Team. This is a team that was established by these two brothers with the intention of taking rally driving in the country to another new level. They hope to influence as many people as possible to embrace the sport just like any other.
Rodrigo Terpins is the older brother of Michel Terpins. Michel Terpins grew up looking to his brother for inspiration on rally driving. In the early stages of his rally driving career, Michel Terpin was dealing with motorcycles. He used to practice in various motorcycle rally driving competition before joining the car category where his brother Rodrigo was already established. His first time to join the rally competitions was in 2002. In 2004, that is when he joined the car rally competitions.
In just a few years after he joined the competition, Michel Terpins was a force to reckon with in the industry. He was participating in pro competitions and emerging one of the top drivers. Together with his brother, they not only participate in competitions hosted by others; they also organize their rally competitions that are held on yearly basis. The competitions are dubbed the Annual Sorties Rally.
Michel Terpins competes with a prototype car that was created by the MEM Motorsports Company. The T-RECX car runs on a v68 engine together with ethanol. Today, Michel Terpins is one of the most influential rally drivers in the country. In 2017, he has a line up of competitions that he will be competing in, including one 3,300km race.