Race car driving championships have a lot of new
faces and new car lineups every year. Being a race car driver who is able to
compete in rally
championships is already a feat in itself. However, those who left a
good impression and pleased the crowd will be remembered for years. Those who
have the talent behind the steering wheel will likely be seen again on other
rally championships. Michel Terpin made sure to leave a good
impression in every track that he conquers.
Michel Terpin’s first love was driving
motorcycles. At the age of just 23, he managed to compete in the
Sertoes Rally and left a great impression. Hailing from Sao Paulo, Brazil, he
was influenced by his brother, Rodrigo Terpin, who is a race car driver.
Realizing that he also has a talent in the race car driving, he decided to
compete in World Rallying Championship as a navigator with his brother just two
years after his debut as a professional driver.
After this series, he and his brother will walk
on their separate ways until 2016 when they decided to team up again for
another Sertoes Rally which was held in Goiania. The two started out just fine
and managed to clear the tracks in just two hours. However, because of a
problem in the car’s suspension, the duo failed to finish the race.
Michel Terpin will also be known to race with Maykel Justo. Terpin and Justo competed in
the 25th edition of the Rally Championship, which also happened in a 3300km
track at Autodromo International de Goiania. Terpin served as the driver while
Justo was the navigator. Their car was developed by MEM Motorsport and is known
as an eco-friendly car. This is because the high-quality car was equipped with
the V8 and Carbon free seals. At the end of the competition, the duo managed to
clinch the 4th place.
The duo will continue on competing in other rally
competitions for the years to come. In addition to this, Michel Terpin also
piled up achievements by winning the Rally Rota SC in 2016 and getting the
second place in 2017.
To Clay Hutson, reputation plays an important and vital role in growing a successful business in the entertainment production industry. After working in the field for almost 21 years, he knows based on life experience it leads to career advancement and expansion. Hutson is a sound engineer and entrepreneur with humbled beginnings studying theatre design and working for various entertaining companies. He operates and oversees his own enterprise producing, managing, and designing live tours mainly for rock-and-roll musical groups. His prior experience comprise working with Pink, Kid Rock, Guns’n’Roses, and the Billy Graham’s travelling crew.
In February 2018, Clay said in an interview on IdeaMensch that he is working for Kid Rock as the stage manager. When asked how he brings his ideas to life, Clay Hutson responded he brings his ideas to life by envisioning them for designs, sounds, and lightings. As the leader over his workers, he says he’s the first person to visualize space consumption on stage. He shared with his followers about remaining productive in his career and how he expands his business. To stay productive, he works early to outline daily events which prepares him to delegate tasks to his crew members efficiently.
The one strategy that helped Clay Hutson grow his business is hard work, reputation, and word of mouth. He told The Bro Talk in May 2018 that he works long hours and pays close attention to details which enhances his reputation among entertainers. It enables him to attract new clients through his dedication and professionalism when working with existing customers. It also helps his career and company advance with new referrals needing the same services he offers.
Clay Hutson started his career in Nashville, TN as a project manager and audio engineer for production enterprises in the United States. He specializes in live event management, production, and design for rock-and-roll entertainment. In 2005, Clay travelled to Europe, North America, and Australia with the Garbage Band. One year ago, he worked on the Honda Civic Tour for One Republic as operator of the automatic system in Asia and North America.