In 2016, Terry reached the milestone of 300 sprint car wins. Among them was another Ronald Laney Memorial "King of the 360's" title and a "Dirt Classic" qualifier win at I-80 Speedway with the NSL. In 2015, Terry had arguably his best season since 2009, winning five features worth more than $10,000. Those included his fourth 360 Nationals win, and his preliminary night at the Knoxville Nationals. Despite battling a fractured vertebrae in his back, TMAC came home third in 410 points last season.
Terry won his seventh career track championship at Knoxville in 2012. It was his first since ripping off six in a row from 1999-2004. In 2014, he added an eighth title at the Huset’s Speedway in South Dakota where he is the all-time leading feature winner. His 56 career wins here entering 2016 are fourth on the all-time list, trailing only Danny Lasoski, Doug Wolfgang and Steve Kinser. In 2014, he finished runner-up in the 410 point race. He was honored for the first time as the class's "Owner of the Year".
He has never failed to finish outside of the top ten in points at Knoxville since he was named “Rookie of the Year” in 1985. He was named the “Most Improved” Driver in 1986, and has been honored with the “Junior Fan Club Driver of the Year” on four occasions.
Terry is a veteran of the road as well, having competed with the All Stars and World of Outlaws through the years. He proved he can still beat the big boys when he scored a WoO win at Knoxville in July of 2016.
In 2017 Terry was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, 2018 Terry was inducted into the Knoxville Raceway Hall of Fame, and in 2019 Terry won his 5th 360 Knoxville Nationals. Terry finished 2nd in Knoxville Champion Point Standings behind Austin McCarl.
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