If you have not heard of the Sertoes rally, then you have been missing out on one of the biggest sports events in Brazil. The reputation of this rally precedes it, and it’s a rally that has produced some of the best drivers in Brazil. This reputation continues to endear it to those hungry for success and professional achievement. The Sertoes rally takes place every year since 1992 and has been able to grow from a small rally that focused on very few categories to the biggest rally in Brazil. Various categories take part in the rally with over 280 drivers and navigators taking part. Part of the drivers will be riding in pairs while others like riders will be doing so in their solo capacities. The two-wheel category which included the T1 prototype is one of the highlights of the race and is usually highly anticipated. The teams that take part in the race are as diverse as it gets, and a chance to take part in the same proves that as a driver you have the skill it takes to navigate a vehicle under very stressful conditions. The 22nd edition which took place in 2014 was one of the most successful editions. The edition saw the introduction of the T-Rex into the T1 prototype category. Despite having been in the industry for some time the Bull Sertoes Team had not had an official car yet. This change in fortune for the team showed their commitment to the sport. The T-Rex has been able to undergo various improvements that have made it a very reliable vehicle as of the last edition of the Sertoes rally. As other teams focused on unveiling their official cars, The Bull Sertoes rally team is now focused on improving their car to make it as good as possible. The #326 and#322 which are the Bull Sertoes rally team tags for Rodrigo and Michel respectively have seen them remain well represented at all the last ten editions especially by Michel Terpins. He believes in being consistent but has also stated that he was determined to have a relatively balanced life that enables him to dedicate enough time to family and business.