One of the magnificent people today, Nassim Taleb, once said that wit seduces by signaling intelligence without the diminishing defect of nerdiness. It is about showing people you know, without actually telling them so. It is about charisma, charm, finesse and style. It is about grace and aesthetics, and understanding that these too are important utilities in real life. In the case of Rodrigo Terpins, his way of expressing his wit and intelligence without the awkward gestures of a nerd is through racing. Yes, for Rodrigo Terpins, it can be claimed that racing is not just an entertainment. It’s a form of exposition and display of what the body can, will and can’t do in the form of fuel and drive.
The Race That Defines It All
This drive to win and test the limits of human speed, determination and capacity to risk has never been better shown than when Terpins joined the 22nd Edition of the Sertoes Rally.
The race, by the way, wasn’t just for people who just want a pastime on the weekend. The track is difficult, consisting of about 2,600 kilometers in distance across seven stages. We already know Rodrigo Terpins as the Director at T5 Participacoes for almost 10 years now, but what we don’t know is that he is really passionate in racing that he even risked his life just to finish the long distance track in the Sertoes Bull Racing rally. Sure, running a business or being an executive of one is no easy task, but doing so is hardly anything like joining a race as tremendously risky as the Sertoes Rally. You can visit 1000variedade.com
Truly, it’s not hard to see that the love for the hard sports is rooted in the father of Rodrigo Terpins, Jack. Mr. Jack has been known in many circles as being the successful businessman who’s also doing charity and social work heading basketball organizations and campaigns to help improve the love for sports in the youth of Brazil. Mr. Jack played basketball in the 60s, and this might be the reason why he loves being with people who share his passion and love for the game.