The Sertoes Rally is the largest off-road even in Brazil. Last year saw the Bull Sertoes Rally Team compete in the rallies 25th-anniversary edition. That year the race passed through the states of Goias through its cities of Goiania, Goianesia, Santa Therezinha de Goias, and Aruana; Mato Grosso through its city of Barra do Garcas; and Mato Grosso do Sul through its cities of Coxim, Aquidauana, and Bonito. The founders of the Bull Sertoes team are the brothers Rodrigo and Michel Terpins. The brothers are both veteran racers, but this was only the second year both of them drove a T-Rex.


Based on, the race at the Sertoes Rally is a multi-stage one with miscellaneous challenges along the way. In preparation for the auspicious 25th race, the entire Bull Sertoes team modified their cars to make them more powerful and competitive than ever before. This year the cross-country course spanned 3,300 km. Michel made his debut in Sertoes Rally racing in 2002, at first competing only in the motorcycle category. But under the guidance of his racing older brother, Rodrigo, he made the switch to car racing with the two partnering for several years.


It is only in the four most recent annual rallies that the two have raced with separate people. The first two stages of the race are particularly important to the Sertoes racers. The points they acquire on these two stages contribute to their national championship ranking. Sertoes also includes racing categories for motorcycles, quadricycles, and UTVs. Check out on for details.


The Terpins brothers have competitive sports in their blood. They inherited it from their father, Jack Terpins, who played basketball for Hebraica during the 60s and 70s. Jack raised his sons in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is from here that the two first entered the racing scene. In addition to the Sertoes Rally, both brothers also often compete in the Brazilian Championship of Cross Country Rally and Mitsubishi Cup.