Michel Terpins is a member of the Bull Sertões Rally Team. The team was founded by Rodrigo Terpins together with Michel when he crossed over from the cross country championship. He had been toying with the idea of doing so for some time despite being the reigning champion in cross country. Rodrigo his brother had been instrumental in this move as he had always believed that his brother would do equally well in rallying as he had done in Cross country. The brothers having been born and brought up in a sporting family were always destined to become competitive in whatever sport they joined. There father Jack Terpins, a former basketball player, turned businessman and the real estate investor had been very supportive of their sports ambitions. When Michel was old enough he started his junior cross country trials; he went on to excel and become one of the finest riders in the competition. Over the years Michel Terpins would hone his skills eventually joining the elite group of riders where he propelled himself to the top of that group. As the Brazilian champion, a lot of responsibility rested on his shoulders, and it thus came as no surprise when he was elected as the chairman of the cross country championship after he left. His role would involve coordinating and organizing events around the championship as well as restructuring the same to attract new competitors as well as sponsors.
Rallying would prove to be an excellent choice for Michel terpins who was taking part in his seventh competitive rally when he participated in the 25th edition of the Sertões Rally. The Bull Sertões Rally Team was represented by #322 and #326 one under Michel terpins and Maykel Justo while his brother Rodrigo Terpins was piloting the other. The 25th edition was challenging as it covered a distance of 3300 kilometers with over half of that being special terrain. The edition would take a different route from that taken during the 24th edition and would see the competitors take on four different cities of Santa Therezinha de Goiás, Goiás Goiânia, Goianésia, and Aruanã.
Michel Terpin is a prominent name in Brazil. Many people love and respect him because of his accomplishments in rally driving. The talented and highly trained rally driver is celebrated because of the many awards he has won in the course of his career. In the modern times, rally car driving is believed to be one of the most dangerous professions. Very few individuals in the society have decided to venture into this industry because they know that they are risking their lives. In Brazil, however, the department has attracted very many individuals who claim to have all the qualities needed to be a rally driver. The exciting sport attracts a large fan base in the country.
Michael has always been passionate about the exciting sport. When he was born many years ago, his parents did not know that they were rising a son who would one day become one of the most influential rally drivers in Brazil. After completing his education in some of the best schools in Brazil, the young Michel felt that he was ready to venture into car rally industry. Michel has been very successful since then, and he has won the hearts of very many young people in the country.
With the help of his brother, Michel Terpin founded a company known as Bull Sertoes Rally Team. Both of the brothers have excellent driving skills, and they have been making waves due to their experience. The duo love to rally using a car known as T-Rex. The prototype car is known for its rare design, and it was developed by a company known as MEM Motorsport. The car was recently modified by getting a V8 engine so that it can have a greater power. The ethanol fuel used by the unique car makes it even more competitive and better for the individuals who want to use it. In his successful career, Michael Terpin and his brother have been participating in the Brazilian Championships and Mitsubishi Cup. Whenever he is not participating in the rallies, the businessman loves to devote his time to organizing the famous Annual Sorties Rally. According to a report released to the public, the businessman ventured into car rallies in the year 2002.