Michel Terpins made his debut in motorcycle category in 2002; he and his brother Rodrigo Terpins later made the team, and he was sailing for him in cars. He and Rodrigo were made to develop by the MEM Team in the last four years. His current partner Justo from Taubate (SP), has participated in over 11 rally competitions and events. Michel Terpin who is 40years and his brother Rodrigo Terpin who is 44years driving force into joining the Rally was their passion for speed and off-road racing. They have participated in the Brazilian cross country Rally championships and also the sertoes Rally.
Michel Terpins has made an extraordinary team with Rodrigo Terpins and Maykel Justo. They have remained focused on the rallies. They lead In the Prototype TI (13h52min47) category. The team has a two hours advantage compared to the group that followed their lead. Michel Terpins and Maykel Justo recently faced the biggest rally special in the state of Goias, Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul in the Midwest. Michel Terpins currently leads the Brazilian cross country championships. The pair forms the second consecutive year from the distinct off-road routes.
Michel Terpins has had challenges in his years of competing in rally championships, He was recently involved in an accident which he has since overcome and was able to race in the Bull Sertoes Rally, and he was among the top ten in the competition. He and Rodrigo Terpins were able to climb the podium in the Setoes Rally. Michel also took the lead at the RallyCross Country and was the grand champion of Rally Rota championship in 2016.
In his recent tweets of the Sertoes Bull Rally, Michel Terpins said that though it was an awkward stage, the team made good stretches and managed to have an excellent pace which resulted in them having great results. The team faced extremely dangerous abysses and mountain region and was still able to take the lead. Michel Terpins and his team are confident after the last two wins. Michel Terpins has his seventh participation in the completion while piloting a T-Rex developed by the MEM team.