Over 200 racers from all over the world will be joining the 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally. This year’s event will be held at the Brazilian states located in its mid-western region. Experts are saying that the landscape and the terrain in this part of Brazil are suitable for an endurance race. The total length of the route is about 2,600 kilometers, and the racers are expected to finish it in a matter of a few days. Many racers agree that it might be one of the toughest races in the history of the competition, and they are excited to win the championship trophy for the 25th anniversary of the Sertoes Rally.
One of those who will be joining the event is Rodrigo Terpins. He is the older brother of Michel Terpins, and together, they will be joining the event to represent the Bull Sertoes Rally Team. The team was established by Rodrigo Terpins back in the year 2015, and he created it to show the world that he could end up becoming one of the top ranking rally drivers. Michel Terpins, on the other hand, had to go under extreme training because he will be the one driving the T1 Prototype called T-Rex. He knew that the terrain in the mid-western region of Brazil is unforgiving, and he wanted to be prepared. He had to train with his older brother, and they had to visit several locations near their hometown to practice driving along the varying terrains where the race will be held.
When the day of the race came, Michel Terpins felt a little nervous, but Rodrigo Terpins has given him enough encouragement to go through. Michel Terpins never felt some difficulties in the first part of the race, but the real problem came in when he entered the dusty area of the route. The vehicle he was driving stalled, and he had to wait for several hours to have it fixed. In the end, the team of Rodrigo Terpins won the 4th place for racers using the T1 Prototype, and they ended up in the 10th place overall.