Michel Terpins Successful Sports Career and His Exemplary Performance at Sertoes Rally Competition

Michel Terpins is a son to Jack Terpins. In the 60s and 70s, Jack was an active basketball player. He later ventured into real estate business. His son Michel Terpins has followed his footsteps in the sports world. These two have participated in sports with a lot of enthusiasm, dedication, and resilience. As a result, they have managed to rise and take leads in various categories. They have also held leadership positions in various sports organizations. Michel Terpins is currently leading Brazilian Cross Country Rally Championship. Jack Terpins served as the President of two organizations namely Latin America Jewish Council and Macabi Latin America Confederation. With his leadership skills, he also served the Macabi World Union as their able Vice President. Jack is one of the icons and most respected people in Hebrew.

Bull Sertoes Rally Team’s Performances

Michel’s sports’ journey began in 2002 as a motorcycle rider. He later decided to join his brother who was a rally track driver. He joined Bull Sertoes Rally Team and has been among one of the best rally track drivers in this team. Bull Serteos Rally team is made up of nine able rally drivers, Rodrigo and Michel. This team has taken part in Brazilian Championship of Cross Country Rally, T-Rex and Serteos Rally competitions. T-Rex is a sports activity that was founded by MEM Motorsports.

 

Michel’s Challenges at Sertoes Rally Competition

Michel’s interest is biased to T1 prototype rally competitions. During the 22nd Serteos rally competition he was position seven. In the recently completed 25th edition of Serteos rally competition, he showed real progress, and he finished in the fourth and tenth position in the Prototype category and overall respectively. Together with his navigator, they had an exemplary performance in the first and the second stages. However, they experienced some setbacks during the last stage. Their car experience some mechanical problems and the gearbox broke and was not repaired in time for the final stretch. Michel and his navigator describe the 25th Serteos editions as one of the most thrilling races they ever had. With 3,300 kilometers, three stages, seven stop overs, and four cities to pass through, Brazilian most awaited race is never meant for the faint hearted.

 

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