Rodrigo Terpins: Helping Remote Communities

Rodrigo Terpins is known all across Brazil as a professional rally driver. However, a different side of him has never been published in the media, and people are surprised knowing that their favorite rally driver is also a philanthropist. Rodrigo Terpins has been into rally driving ever since he was young. He, along with his younger brother Michel Terpins, was raised by their father to become the country’s most sought-after rally drivers. Their father was a former basketball superstar, and he knows how he can encourage his children to get into sports. When the Terpins brothers were young, their father used to take them on trips riding inside their vehicle. Their father would sometimes ask them to drive, and through years of nonstop practice, the Terpins brothers mastered the skill, and they are now using it to win competitions locally and abroad. You can visit institucional




This year, the Terpins brothers are targeting victory at the 25th edition of the Sertoes Rally. Rodrigo Terpins and his younger brother are part of the Bull Sertoes Rally Team, and they will be joining the Sertoes Rally along with more than 200 other hopefuls. They will be driving a stretch of the route of more than 3,000 kilometers, driving on the picturesque mid-western Brazilian states. Rodrigo Terpins is positive that with the training they have undergone before the race, they will be able to take the gold home. Rodrigo Terpins would want to win because of pride, and because he wanted to donate the prize money to the people who he thinks truly deserved it. Check out Odiario for more.



Rodrigo Terpins is known for helping several foundations and charities during his career. Whenever there is a competition held locally, he would try to get in touch with the communities around the vicinity of the race and ask their leaders what things the people in the community needs. Using his influence as a popular rally driver, Rodrigo Terpins can seek help for the people who are living in far-flung communities. He would sometimes give them food and clothing, and he would also initiate projects that will provide utilities to the people, like running water and electricity. For more details visit Terra.