How Michel Terpins Offsets His Rally Car Racing Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Michel Terpins is a Brazilian entrepreneur who lives in Sao Paulo, Alagoas, Brazil. He is a partner at a firm called Floresvale. His company grows certified wood and performs environmental reforestation. He is also a well-known rally car driver who races on the Sertoes Rally circuit. He last won this rally in 2017 when it was held in Bonito-Mato Grosso do Sul.

He is on the Bull Sertoes Rally Team. Michel Terpins is the pilot of the rally car and his partner, Maykel Justo, is the team’s navigator. Their next race is over 3,300 kilometers in distance and will include many different types of terrain including everything from roads to trails in the sand. He recently had his car modified so that it will be even more competitive in upcoming races. For more details visit Inspirery.

Rodrigo Terpins has competed in the Sertoes Rally circuit 10 times. He started out his racing career in 2002 when he drove motorcycles. After this, he joined his brother, Rodrigo Terpins, in rally car racing. He has now won four titles and he credits his navigator with a lot of that success. He says that Maykel provides him with a lot of safety as he knows the courses so well and the work in sync really well together.

Rodrigo Terpins drives a 322 T-Rex that was built by MEM Motorsports. Michel Terpins says that this truck had a V8 engine installed in it during the offseason which will allow the vehicle to handle terrains better, especially steep ones. This modification will be very helpful in his upcoming race at the Autodromo International de Goiania. The category of racing this race will be in called the Prototype T1 which allows modified vehicles to compete.

He says that while his rally racing activities do unfortunately result in more carbon dioxide being omitted this is more than offset by the trees that he plants through Floresvale. He also installed a carbon-free seal in his vehicle to limit carbon dioxide emissions as much as possible. Michel Terpins says that Floresvale’s trees are helping to ensure that the Brazilian forests are preserved.