Why Michel Terpins and Maykel Justo Had to Win the 24th Edition of the Sertoes Rally

The 24th edition of the Sertoes Rally brought much joy to the winning Bull Setoes team after scooping the first position in the T1 prototype category. Ever since Michel Terpins began his professional rally competition, winning the second stage has proved more difficult than he imagined. Teaming up with the experienced Maykel Justo was prudent in turning around his chances of winning these competitions. As a navigator, Justo exhibited immense experience in car rallies, and he only required an experienced pilot by his side. Winning the second stage of this edition also placed them in the 5th position of the cross country rankings the highest that the Michel Terpins and Maykel Justo has ever achieved. Using their improved T-Rex model with a V8 engine running on ethanol fuel, it proved robust and reliable in enabling them to win their first title together in their years of competition.

The Complexities of the Sertoes Rally Championship Event

Having participated in the contest for the 7th time in a row, Michel Terpins cemented his place in the rally scene with previous victories in two of the hardest stage in the entire event. The 3300-kilometer race covering three states had over 40 registered competitors, with only 23 of them reaching the second stage of the competition. It is also worth mentioning that the team endured series of challenges that came with the race. These problems mostly emanated from the rugged terrains, breath-taking depressions, long and winding roads that proved difficult while cruising. Seeing their victory was indeed a joyous affair since they had to cope with the constant adrenaline rush they encountered through the race.

Bull Sertoes Team Becoming Green Initiative Ambassadors

Coming along with their achievement as the victors of the event was their number 322 car recognized and awarded with a Carbon Free Seal. It signified that the Green Initiative would use them in their Carbon Free ventures through planting trees as compensation for the Carbon IV Oxide produced during the race. Planting trees in the Atlantic Forest would prove the mindedness of the rally drivers in conserving the environment and facilitating the move towards establishing a carbon-free environment.