Rodrigo Terpins: Entering the Sertoes Rally

The Sertoes Rally is just around the corner, and many rally drivers all across the world are preparing for the day of competition. This year will mark the 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally, a rally driving competition that was first held in 1993. The Sertoes Rally encourages rally drivers across the world to participate in the events, and they promise huge prizes for those who would win. This year, the Sertoes rally will be held in the mid-western states of Brazil. This area is known for its challenging terrain and picturesque views, and the competitors are expected to know every single detail about how they can overcome the natural challenges of the route. The rally drivers are also expected to finish more than 3,000 kilometers of road which composition can vary from time to time. Overall, more than 200 rally drivers are expected to compete to become this year’s Sertoes Rally champion. There is also more than 100 vehicles that will be seen racing against each other. Rally drivers across the country are looking forward to the event, and they are feeling excited about the 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally because it is considered as one of the most difficult editions of the race. Rodrigo Terpins, a popular rally driver, stated that he is not intimidated by the 25th Sertoes Rally Route. He added that he is looking forward to joining the race, and he even tagged with his younger brother, Michel Terpins, to join him in the competition.

 

 

The Sertoes Rally will once again show how the rally drivers across the planet are ready to risk everything just to become the king of the sport. The competition will be held sometime in February 2018, and contestants like Terpins could not hide his excitement any longer. He will be driving a T1 Prototype during the race, a vehicle which was given to him by his friends who are rooting for him. Rodrigo Terpins also stated that aside from winning the title, he is also willing to donate the prize money to the communities which will be affected by the race. You can visit their Facebook page.