The Sertoes rally is the most awaited rally circuit in Brazil, in fact, some consider it among the biggest sporting events in Brazil. It has one of the most challenging routes which vary and change yearly and with every edition being taken to a different state. The 25th edition takes the teams competing into three states which are; Goiás, Mato Grosso, and Mato Grosso do Sul. This edition will see more competitors than the 24th edition and will see a crowd favorite, the #322 T-Rex piloted by Michel Terpins and his navigator Maykel Justo. The two will be representing not only themselves but their team the Bull Sertões Rally Team. The track covers a distance of 3,300 kilometers. The track is further divided into two with 2200 kilometers covering special terrain. Due to the various challenges that are expected on the route, it is only fair to have the Support Park at the Autodromo Internacional de Goiânia. The Bull Sertões Rally Team hopes to do well this time and validate the combination of Terpins and Justo who came together in the 24th edition and despite the various challenges that they faced were still able to perform. Having worked on their communication and other minor challenges that they may have faced during there first encounter they are now more comfortable as teammates. The team expects to be sufficiently challenged by there teammate and Michel’s brother Rodrigo.Lately he has been in tiptoe form, and after completing his practice session, it was evident to Michel that he meant business in the 25th edition. This, however, is not a problem for Michel as he is used to challenges, in fact, he thrives on them.Having been a former cross country competitor and competition was similarly tight, he was able to rise to the top and does not see a reason as to why he cannot replicate that level of success in Rallying. Having received the Carbon free sticker, it goes without saying that Michel Terpins continues to remain conscious on the effects rallying may have on the environment and as such he is ready to mend any damage done. The project by the Green Initiative foundation ensures that more trees are planted to match the amount of carbon produced during any rally circuit.