Rodrigo Terpins is a Brazilian born rally driver he is one of the best and most consistent rally drivers in the country.He was born in a sporting family that has consistently produced leaders in this area as well as other sporting events.His father jack Terpins who was passionately and cordially referred to as Jacko was a very successful basketball player in his early life he played for Hebraica club in the late 1960’s and 1970’s.His success in the field inspired his sons to be very involved in sports and the support of their father only upheld this belief.
Jacko after living basketball went on to be elected into other sport management roles as well as non-sport related roles. Jack Terpins is the current the president of the Latin American Jewish Council, president of Maccabi Latin American Confederation as well as the former chairman of sports a role assigned to him by the then president in the year 1991.Jacko is also a businessman dealing in Real Estate as well as other businesses.
Rodrigo Terpins also has a brother Michal Terpins who is an accomplished rally driver a sport that runs in the families DNA.He together with his brother founded and are still members of the Bull Sertões Rally Team. Rodrigo Terpins has had numerous successes together with his brother in the team as well as with other drivers in the game and they have won various rally championships in Brazil. He is an adherent fan of the T1 prototype category and it is one of his most consistent rallies that he competes in. According to Terra.com, in the 22nd edition of the Sertões Rally, Rodrigo emerged number seven after a rather tough start he was, however, able to recover and redeem some points especially after the second circuit. The rally covered 2600 kilometers that were split into 7
Different stages and covered more than two states in the country. This is widely considered the biggest off-road rally competition and sometimes the toughest in Brazil. This is due to a difficult terrain and extreme weather conditions that are very prevalent at times and in many cases, drivers are forced to drop out of the race prematurely. For more info, visit terpins.com.br.