Michael Terpins was born in Brazil, San Paulo in the year 1979. His love for sports may have been brought about by the participation of his family in sports. His father played basketball in his early years and was the head of the Jewish Sports Department. His brother, Rodrigo Terpins, is also a rally driver. Rodrigo started participating in rallying competitions at the age of 23 years. Since then, he has grown quite famous and is well known for winning almost every race that he partakes.
The first time Michael participated in a rallying competition was in 2002, where he drove a motorcycle. In 2004, he joined his brother in car racing, and he has been doing so ever since. Together with his brother, they formed the “Bull Sertoes Rally Team,” which is among the best rallying teams in the country. They also created a competition known as the Sertoes Rally, which was to be hosted by this team. In this competition, qualified drivers would come together and showcase their driving skills. For more details visit creativetreets.com
Michael and his brother are also participants in the competition, and during the 22nd edition of this race; they attained position 7 after their car developed some problems due to the rough terrain. At the 24th edition of the race, they emerged number 5 in the whole competition and number one in the second stage. The 25th edition provided them with another chance to show their driving skills, and the power their car had to deal with the terrains. It was the longest of all the races and covered a distance of 3300 kilometres. Michael and his brother attained position four in the overall competition and first position in their category.
Rodrigo Terpins has been driving a T-Rex Prototype car for four seasons now. It is known to be very powerful because it contains a V8 engine, which also makes it easy to handle the rough terrains. Other than the Sertoes rally, he has also participated in other competitions, which have given him the chance to excel, and acquire more fame including the Rally Rota SC 2016, The Brazilian Championship of Cross Country Rally and the Mitsubishi cup.