Rodrigo Terpins Makes His Own Path

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Rodrigo Terpins is a Brazilian rally pilot. He was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil and attended St. Hilaire where he studied management and corporate governance. He is one of three sons of executive billionaires Denise Goldforb Terpins, and Jack Terpins. His two brothers are Ticiana and Michel.


Rodrigo Turpins is the former director of e-commerce of operations of Marisa’s, a retail chain of clothing stores owned by his family in Brazil, but his passion and greatest achievements might just be his rise to fame in rally racing. Brazilian rally racing is an off-road cross country racing event where participants attempt to maneuver and navigate their choice of off-road vehicle over a pre-designated route which can be very treacherous and may include many different terrains, such as sand, mud, rocks, hills and gullies. According to, the terrain can be very difficult to navigate and the event can last many days. Participants may race in their choice of off-road vehicle such as car, dirt bike, sports utility vehicle or 4-wheeler.


Rodrigo Terpins is a member of the Bull Sertões Rally Team, a team created by he and his brother Michel. Although Michel Terpins is most known for racing on motor bikes, he too is well known for his love of rally sport racing. The brothers are becoming legends in the sport and moving both their team and names up the ranks. So much so, MEM Motorsports Organization partnered with the team allowing them to pilot their prized rally car known as “T-Rex.” T-Rex was debuted in 2011 by MEM with its 240 HP, 12-valve MWM turbo diesel engine with 4×4 traction.


In September of 2017 Rodrigo Terpins as pilot and Fabricio Bianchini as his navigation partner were awarded 8th place at the 22nd edition of Brazil Sertoes. They were driving car #326, Prototype category T1. Do a quick Google search to learn more about Rodrigo Terpins.,54bd7cb0f5c5c9af717c8be93fc5d9afbnagcihv.html

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