Michel Terpins Ready for the 2018 Edition of the Bull Sertoes Rally

Michel Terpins is a Brazilian sports driver who is best known for his regular participation in the Bull Sertoes Rally. The competition is one of the largest rallies in Brazil going over 3 000 km and a handful of areas.

In 2015, Michel Terpins started taking part in the Bull Sertoes Rally together with his older brother Rodrigo Terpins, and so they formed the Bull Sertoes Rally Team. The passion for sports and racing is in their blood as their father was also an athlete.

Michel Terpins drives a T-Rex and has participated in the Prototypes T1 category. The T-Rex has a V8 engine, and Michel Terins started using a T-Rex in 2002 as a motorcycle instead of a car. The car is a hi-tech car, and the model has been modernized and updated significantly. The car has been made more durable and intuitive.

Last time he finished in the seventh place. It was the 24 edition of the Brazilian Bull Sertoes Rally, and he took part in the race in a team with his brother. The race was a challenge, and that is what makes it the favorite track for Michel Terpins. He likes how the hash terrains prompt him to make different decisions and to rely more on his skills. It is the one race that shows a pilot how far they have gone with their abilities.

Later in 2018, it will be the 25 edition of the Bull Sertoes Rally and Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins will be taking part in it again as a team. The map will be stretching over 3 000 km and going over a few areas just like every other year. Even though the previous Bull Sertoes Rally was half a year ago, Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins are already looking forward to the 2018 edition of the off-road race.

Michel Terpins stated that he loves noticing the progression in his skills and car updates from year to year. The Bull Sertoes Rally is like a checkpoint for him in his career that he gets to achieve every year and step into a new period of evolving in his line of work.

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