Rodrigo Terpins compares the various editions of the Sertoes rally.
The 22nd edition of the Sertoes rally took place and the Bull Sertoes rally time was on hand to compete and represent its fans as usual. The team that is made up of the Rodrigo Terpins and Michel Terpins were in there usual T-Rex representing for #322 and #326 respectively. The team has been participating in the Sertoes rally since it was founded and has taken home some victories and continues with the hope of a championship soon.
In the 22nd edition of the Sertoes rally, the teams and their entourage that consisted of more than 2,000 people departed the town of Goiânia (GO) to Belo Horizonte (MG), they would cover a distance of more than 3,000 kilometers between the two states. This was the first edition that was tailored towards a calendar that favored fans. This was due to the fact that competitors were allowed to come and arrive on weekends, this format was one meant to encourage as many rally fans to be in a position to come and watch the event live. The finally tally would come to 204 competitors that included four women. This meant that the 22nd edition of the Sertões rally would have a total of 40 bikes, 45 cars, 17 hips, four trucks and 22 UTVs. Check out agenciaoglobo.com
This would mark a total of 128 vehicles. This was in comparison to the previous edition that had gone through Goiânia (GO) covering over 4,000 kilometers and passing through Goiás and Tocantins. At the time this was the largest caravan with more than 2,000 people it had at the time returned to offering the Super Prime, where the public could easily get an opportunity to closely monitor the fights and the jumps closer to the closed circuit. The circuit though had been smaller and had seen 175 competitors but a significantly higher number of women at 8 in total. This meant that that edition of the Sertões rally had 46 bikes, 46 cars, 15 hips, two trucks and 8 UTVs. This would add up to 117 vehicles. The twenty-second edition saw Rodrigo Terpins emerge third in his category the T1 Prototype.